Voters Tighten California Privacy Laws California voters approved Proposition 24, the Consumer Privacy Rights Act, which strengthens the state’s California Consumer privacy Act by expanding protections for personal information such as race, health, location and religion. It also establishes a California Privacy Protection Agency to enforce the rules, the San Francisco Chronicle reports.   Making The Connection Between Disruption And Customer Loyalty Lawrence Ganti, a Forbes Councils Member, writes that “As much as....

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