Nick Confessore

investigative reporter at the New York Times; writer-at-large for the New York Times Magazine

investigative reporter at the New York Times; writer-at-large for the New York Times Magazine

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In California, there’s a new law that protects online privacy. Getting it adopted was a tortured road, filled with backroom deals and backstabbing.

The long strange trip of a new California online privacy law

In California, there’s a new law that protects online privacy. Getting it adopted was a tortured road, filled with backroom deals and backstabbing.

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