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Calif.'s Novel Privacy Moves May Dim Federal Law's Chances

By Allison Grande (October 5, 2022, 6:15 PM EDT) -- California recently boosted data privacy protections for children and employees and became the first state to put a price tag on compliance failures, setting a high bar that further complicates the long-running push to enact a uniform national standard. ...

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