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California Voters Support New Internet Privacy Rules

California Voters Support New Internet Privacy Rules

California voters approved a measure aimed at tightening internet privacy rules and fortifying the state’s landmark privacy law that went into effect

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California voters approved a measure aimed at tightening internet privacy rules and fortifying the state’s landmark privacy law that went into effect this year.

Residents in the country’s most populous state voted in favor of Proposition 24, which will create a state agency to enforce internet privacy regulations, while attempting to tighten some of the loopholes found in the existing law. With 99% of precincts partially reporting in the state, 56.1% of voters supported the measure and 43.9% opposed it.

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This post first appeared on wsj.com

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