Posts Tagged: California Privacy Protection Agency
An illustration of the California Consumer Privacy Agency in a digital universe. (Photo: iD_studio, via Shutterstock)
OPINION: California’s new online privacy agency is openly defying the voter-approved proposition that created it. The agency’s board has thus far sidestepped its obligation to keep staff from bungling a historic opportunity to ensure the first comprehensive privacy regulations in the nation are just, equitable and fair.
An illustration of California's new privacy laws and online security. (Photo: Cristian Storto, via Shutterstock)
OPINION: Following the passage of Proposition 24 by a considerable margin, the new California Privacy Protection Agency Board members were finally appointed. The Assembly speaker, the Senate leader, the state attorney general, and the governor all choose a venerable group of five privacy minds to help shape and lead the new agency as it prepares for the law’s effective date of 2023.