On our fourth episode of our Inside Privacy Audiocast, we are aiming our looking glass at the California Privacy Rights Act, and are joined by guest speaker Jacob Snow, Technology and Civil Liberties Attorney with the American Civil Liberties Union of Northern California.
In September 2019, Alastair Mactaggart, Board Chair and Founder of Californians for Consumer Privacy, launched a new ballot initiative to appear on that state’s November 2020 ballot, the California Privacy Rights Act or CPRA. Bearing in mind that the California Consumer Privacy Act or CCPA only just went into effect on January 1, 2020, this latest proposal would now amend the CCPA to create additional privacy rights and obligations in California and further setting it apart from other U.S. states. In our episode recorded last week, Dan Cooper, Lindsey Tonsager and Jacob Snow take a look into the ACLU of California’s position on the CPRA.
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