Bloomberg Law
March 18, 2021, 7:41 PM

California Privacy Agency Board Poised to Tackle Tech Equity

Jake Holland
Jake Holland

The newly appointed California Privacy Protection Agency board is likely to tackle issues such as tech equity and children’s privacy as it staffs the regulatory body and gears up for rulemaking, attorneys say.

The board members, whose positions were announced Wednesday, come from industries spanning academia, nonprofits, and private practice. The chair, Jennifer M. Urban, is a law professor at the University of California, Berkeley and will lead the board alongside four other members.

“Californians deserve control over their personal information, protection from privacy-invasive practices, and the ability to trust that their data is secure,” Urban said in an email. ...

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