In an update to an earlier announcement, Consumer Reports says it now endorses Proposition 24, the California Privacy Rights Act. The nonprofit organization states while the ballot initiative is not perfect, it closes the loopholes that allowed entities to circumvent obligations tied to the California Consumer Privacy Act. "Proposition 24 would close up some of the worst loopholes in the CCPA, to help make the new law more workable for consumers," Consumer Reports Director of Technology Policy Justin Brookman said. In July, a Consumer Reports column for the IAPP's Privacy Perspectives expressed long-term concerns with the CPRA.
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