Calif. Voters May Get Chance To Tighten Privacy Law

Law360, Las Vegas (September 25, 2019, 10:06 PM EDT) -- The real estate magnate who spearheaded the drive that led to the enactment of California's landmark privacy rules said Wednesday that he's launching a new ballot initiative that would "substantially" raise the already high bar that the state has set for how businesses can use and sell consumers' personal data. 

The California Consumer Privacy Act was rushed into law last June to avoid having a more stringent privacy initiative bankrolled by businessman-turned-activist Alastair Mactaggart presented to voters on the November election ballot. The law is the first in the nation to give consumers the right to find out what data online businesses...

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