Surprise, surprise: Another episode of my weekly podcast. If you enjoy a good rant, this one’s for you.
On yesterday’s episode of my weekly privacy podcast, I looked at the new data privacy law that Californians will vote on next month and which might become the new de facto standard across the US. I also rant a lot about civil liberties. If that’s your thing, here you go:
A new privacy law is being voted on next month in California. It might change the way internet privacy is dealt with in all of the US, maybe even around the world. Plus: Do Not Track is back. Maybe, this time around, it will actually work.
If you prefer a video version, we got that, too. Here’s a recording of the live stream via YouTube. If you want to see me finish releasing the episode, there’s also a second part that got cut off the first video.
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