Following the Facebook-Cambridge Analytica revelations, Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff is calling for a U.S. national privacy law, CBS News reports. Benioff cited the EU General Data Protection Regulation and the proposed California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018 as examples of why the U.S. needs a national law, which would include more data transparency with data practices and the right to be forgotten. "What we need is a national privacy law, and that will really not just protect the tech industry; it's going to protect all the consumers. Ultimately, it's going to protect our kids, which is really what this is all about because we know that all these companies are looking to bring kids into their social networks as well,” Benioff said.
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