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Daily Dashboard | Podcast: Edelson on why CaCPA is bad law and suing Kanye West Related reading: Podcast: What will the Carpenter ruling mean for the future of digital surveillance?

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While Jay Edelson is no stranger to taking down big names — The New York Times calls him the "babyface boogeyman" for his takedown of Silicon Valley behemoths, his latest endeavor pushes even him into unchartered waters. In this episode of The Privacy Advisor Podcast, the founder and CEO of Edelson PC talks about his latest legal pursuits, including a class-action lawsuit against Kanye West over alleged consumer privacy violations via his music streaming service, Tidal. Edelson also discusses the status of his class-action suit against Facebook, using Illinois' biometric privacy law, and why he thinks the new California Consumer Privacy Act is no good. 
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