November 6, 2020

California Ramps up Consumer Privacy Enforcement


Proposition 24—a California ballot measure designed to increase consumer privacy protections—appears likely to become law in California. Today, with about three-quarters of the vote counted, just over 56% of voters have approved the measure. If it becomes law, Prop 24 would amend the California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018 (“CCPA”) to enhance the privacy protections in what was already the most robust data privacy law in the United States.

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