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California becomes first US state to establish a sole-purpose data-protection agency
26 March 2021 00:00
It has happened: The California Privacy Protection Agency has become the first standalone privacy enforcer to be established in the United States. California Governor Gavin Newsom's appointment of five people to the board of the new agency has focused public attention on the CPPA’s role; it has also raised the prospect of other states following California’s lead and establishing their own privacy frameworks.
The three women and two men picked to lead the new California Privacy Protection Agency.
17 March 2021 22:43 by Amy MillerThe tech industry expressed strong support for Washington state's latest consumer privacy bill during a public hearing.