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Daily Dashboard | California lawmakers propose children's privacy bill Related reading: US House subcommittee kicks off draft American Privacy Rights Act consideration



State Assemblymembers Buffy Wicks, D-Calif., and Jordan Cunningham, R-Calif., proposed Assembly Bill 2273, the California Age-Appropriate Design Code Act, Politico reports. The bill, effective Jan. 1, 2024, was based on the U.K. Children's Code and contains provisions for children's data protection and limits to online exposure for minors under age 18. The law would be enforced by the California Privacy Protection Agency and it would oversee the establishment of the California Children’s Data Protection Taskforce, which will "evaluate best practices for the implementation of these provisions, and to provide support to businesses, as specified."
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