Facebook. Yahoo. Equifax. Over and over, millions of consumers have seen companies they had trusted with their personal and financial information admit that data had been hacked, stolen or otherwise used without their permission. But a new California law, the California Consumer Privacy Act, approved this week under threat of a ballot initiative, will give consumers unprecedented power to protect their data and hold companies accountable for breaches.
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Author: Doug Isenberg