The California Consumer Privacy Act (AB 375) is a trailblazing piece of legislation that was signed by former Governor Jerry Brown on June 28th, 2018. However, this bill does not go into effect until New Year’s day 2020. Meanwhile, opponents are crawling out of the woodwork to try and dilute this meaningful piece of privacy legislation before it becomes law.
Assembly Bill 874, sponsored by Representative Jacqui Irwin (D) would give free-range to creepy sites that sport zero-credibility like mylife.com to spread and exploit personal (mis)information contained within public records about every American citizen. You can keep track of AB 874 sponsor’s mylife.com “reputation score” HERE.
Classactionagainstmugshotwebsites.com suggests citizens proactively contact & encourage California’s Governor to throw this bill off his desk with a veto just in case it makes it that far.
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