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California voters approve Prop. 24, ushering in new rules for online privacy

November 4, 2020, Los Angeles Times

Lindsey Tonsager is quoted in the Los Angeles Times regarding California’s Proposition 24, which will have major implications for online privacy. Ms. Tonsager says companies will be watching the composition of the board closely. She adds, “There is going to be a lot on the line depending on how this newly constituted board decides to interpret and enforce the new requirements of the CPRA.”

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