The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) forces certain companies to give customers an option to say, “No, I don’t want you to keep or sell my personal data.” It has implications nationwide.
How California’s new privacy law affects you
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Australia's catastrophic fires: takeaways for California
Australian Premier Gladys Berejiklian declared a state of emergency this week in New South Wales due to a series of devastating bushfires forcing mass evacuations.
9 min, 51 sec
US-Iran tension rises after killing of top military leader
Tension between the U.S. and Iran skyrocketed on Thursday after a U.S. drone strike killed Qassim Suleimani, who masterminded Iran’s intelligence and military forces for two...
9 min, 48 sec
Explainer: California’s new landmark data privacy law
Many websites now offer a link to opt out of sharing data about yourself.
8 min, 34 sec
Safety concerns of online dating platforms
Millions of people use online dating apps to find love connections. One company, Match Group, owns some of the most popular (free) apps, including Tinder, OkCupid, Hinge,...
8 min, 42 sec