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The Wall Street Journal reports on industry backlash against California’s proposed “Right To Know Act.” If the bill passes, it would require companies to disclose their data-use practices to California consumers upon request. A coalition of businesses and trade groups—including the Internet Alliance, TechNet and TechAmerica—have written to the bill’s sponsor, Assemblywoman Bonnie Lowenthal (D-Long Beach), urging that she “not move forward” with the bill, citing its “costly and unrealistic mandates.” Nicole Ozer of the ACLU—which co-sponsored the bill—said there is “real impact for individuals when they don’t know how their information is being collected and when it is being shared in ways they don’t want.” (Registration may be required to access this story.)
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