Creates a new sensitive personal information category with rights that let residents stop businesses from using such information, including health or financial data, or knowing and selling personal location without knowledge or consent.
Triples CCPA fines for collecting and selling children’s private information. It would also require opt-in consent to sell to consumers under the age of 16. Children ages 14 to 16 can opt-in themselves, while children 13 and under need parental approval.
Establishes a new state agency to protect privacy rights, the California Privacy Protection Agency.
The State Department wants to spend the next three years transforming its IT infrastructure, diplomats and staff to better harness big data, something it acknowledges will also require a sharper focus on data security practices.