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Time is running out for California Internet privacy bill hated by industry

As the clock ticks down on the current California legislative session, it’s increasingly looking like phone and cable companies have succeeded in killing off a bill aimed at giving state residents more control over Internet privacy. AB 375, authored by Assemblyman Ed Chau (D-Arcadia), was introduced...
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