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‘Functionally useless’: California privacy law’s big reveal falls short

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PASO ROBLES, Calif. — California tried to do what Washington hasn’t: Force the nation’s tech industry to hand people control over the massive troves of data it collects on them. But one year in, it’s almost impossible to tell how many Californians are taking advantage of their new rights, or precisely how the biggest players are complying. The largest companies targeted by the landmark 2018 California Consumer Privacy Act are required to disclose detailed figures on data-privacy requests they have received from the state’s residents since last year. But the…

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