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You can be a company of ten people and still turn over millions by selling your users’ data in shadowy ways. Why shouldn’t you be stopped just because you’re small. How can the size a company be used as a rational differentiator in a law like this?



Because the vast, vast, vast majority of small companies aren't turning over millions of dollars. That's the same logic as, "some people cheat on welfare, so lets defund it." This logic gets pushed around a lot by GOP pundits.

The law may be good as a whole but be overly burdensome for small companies. You should at least acknowledge that instead of just dismissing that outright.




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