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On January 1st, 2020, the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) went into effect. While not perfect, the CCPA is a landmark piece of legislation for the United States, even though legally it only protect California residents. I will dig into the details of this bill – both the good and the bad – in part one of my delightful interview with Hayley Tsukayama from the EFF.
Hayley Tsukayama is a legislative activist for the Electronic Frontier Foundation, focusing on state legislation. Prior to joining EFF, she spent nearly eight years as a consumer technology reporter at The Washington Post writing stories on the industry’s largest companies. Hayley has an MA in journalism from the University of Missouri and a BA in history from Vassar College. She was a 2010 recipient of the White House Correspondents’ Association scholarship.
- Donate to the EFF: https://supporters.eff.org/donate/
- Robot Lawyer to sue data hoarders: https://fortune.com/2020/03/05/delete-location-data-privacy-personal-information-donotpay/