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Daily Dashboard | Op-ed: Do we need the CaCPA whistleblower provision back? Related reading: A look at the ECHR's Big Brother Watch ruling

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During its evolution from citizen ballot initiative to state law, the California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018 underwent several changes, including the elimination of a provision that would have provided some protection for whistleblowers. "We can only speculate as to why the provision was struck down during negotiations," writes Santa Clara Law Professor Lydia de la Torre, CIPP/US, "but clearly the deletion benefits the industry potentially at the expense of dutiful data professionals who may have identified compliance issues and raised them internally, only to be disappointed by a refusal to act." In this post for Privacy Perspectives, de la Torre looks into the issue, how other privacy laws deal with whistleblower provisions, and whether CaCPA should bring back such a protection. 
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