Sara Jodka Discusses Facebook’s Argument Against the California Consumer Privacy Act with Consumer AffairsREAD MORE
- Jodka, Sara H.
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Sara Jodka (Member, Columbus) spoke with Consumer Affairs for an article titled “New California privacy law may require Facebook to completely change how it does business,” regarding Facebook’s recent arguments that data privacy isn’t a priority. In Sara’s experience, however, that view isn’t shared by the consumer; she has already received two inquiries from consumers.
“I think we will continue to see this trend from consumers in attempting to use the CCPA to learn more about data collection and use from companies,” she told Consumer Affairs.
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