By Assemblymember Jacqui Irwin
Source: Capitol Weekly
Last month has seen many developments in the privacy arena that should bring Californians great pride and pause.
Following the passage of Proposition 24 by a considerable margin, the new California Privacy Protection Agency Board members were finally appointed. The Assembly speaker, the Senate leader, the state attorney general, and the governor all choose a venerable group of five privacy minds to help shape and lead the new agency as it prepares for the law’s effective date of 2023.