November 4, 2020

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California Privacy Ballot Measure Prop 24 Passes

By
Issie Lapowsky
Protocol

But that doesn't mean they're supportive of it either. On Election Day, Linda Moore, CEO of the lobbying group TechNet told Protocol that while her organization hadn't taken a firm stance on Prop. 24, the measure is "not at all in alignment" with TechNet's views on privacy law. "Part of our opposition is a part of the ballot measure [which] lays out that no changes can be made to [it] without a supermajority of the legislature, which is incredibly hard to corral," Moore said. "The legislature should be in charge, along with the governor, in setting privacy policy. This takes it out of the hands of the people who can work on this complicated issue."

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