Facebook Will No Longer Oppose A Consumer Privacy Measure in California

The tech company spent $200,000 to oppose the measure, but reversed course on Wednesday following CEO Mark Zuckerberg’s congressional testimony on the Cambridge Analytica data breach.

Called The Consumer Right to Privacy Act of 2018, the California ballot measure would allow consumers to learn about the types of personal information businesses are collecting, selling and disclosing on them – in addition to whom that information is being sold or shared.

Source: Facebook Will No Longer Oppose A Consumer Privacy Measure in California : The Two-Way : NPR

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