A state bill that would give consumers the right to sue companies that violate their person information is being stonewalled via closed-door meetings between tech lobbyists and state lawmakers. medium.com

Submitted by Witchman05 in Privacy

I'm going to be entirely honest here, I'm just reposting from Reddit's /r/privacy, because 1) people here might want to read this shit, and 2) because I realize that a lot of people here don't want to read Reddit (totally respectable opinion) but still want to be kept up-to-date.



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