Nov 042020
 November 4, 2020  Posted by  Laws, Online, U.S.

Laura Hautala reports:

California voters Tuesday approved a ballot measure that aims to beef up consumer privacy protections, according to unofficial returns published by the state’s Secretary of State. Prop. 24’s proponents said the initiative will close a loophole in the state’s current privacy law that lets major tech companies keep targeting ads with user data, even when users opted out.

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