Mary Stone Ross was one of the original proponents and co-authors of the California ballot initiative that eventually became the California Consumer Privacy Act. Like many other professionals in the privacy world, her path to privacy was not typical. She once worked as an officer at the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency and on the House Intelligence Committee. But it was her shared vision that helped lead to a paradigm-shifting privacy law in the U.S. However, as she points out in this post for Privacy Perspectives, part of which is her recent speech to the California attorney general, the CCPA needs more clarity. In this post, she shares how.
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