Who can be trusted with our personal data? | Center for Digital Ethics & Policy

There are shivers in Silicon Valley as the data protection winter approaches. Hard on the heels of the implementation of Europe’s General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) in May 2018, the California Consumer Privacy Act 2018 (CCPA) passed through the state legislature in August. The long and difficult labor which preceded the birth of the CCPA is well documented by Nicholas Confessore in his New York Times article[i], and raises a serious ethical question: Who should take responsibility for data privacy in this connected age?

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