Google and Facebook Are Quietly Fighting California’s Privacy Rights Initiative, Emails Reveal

The Intercept
Jun 26, 2018 · 7 min read
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By Lee Fang

Lobbyists for the largest technology and telecommunication firms have only three days to prevent the California Consumer Privacy Act, a ballot initiative that would usher in the strongest consumer privacy standards in the country, from going before state voters this November.

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