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A fundamental problem with CCPA (and GDPR and other similar state legislation) is the definition of personal information.

For example, IP addresses are not really personal, but including them as such creates layers of ambiguity that undermines other positive aspects of the law. It's the typical outcome of politicians not really knowing the domain they're affecting.

Also what's especially interesting is that CCPA was effectively bankrolled by a single person, which should raise some alarms about political power used by the people.




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