On Thursday April 19, 2018, CAPS & Berkeley’s new “Center for Consumer Law and Economic Justice” co-hosted a discussion amongst leading privacy experts about California’s upcoming ballot initiate, the “California Privacy Act of 2018.” The California Privacy Act of 2018 is a statewide ballot initiative that seeks to provide Californians with greater control over their personal information. With the potential to drastically upend the business model of much of Silicon Valley, the initiative is likely to be one of the most contentious issues on the ballot this Fall.

The panel includes Mary Ross – President of Californians for Consumer Privacy; Professor Chris Hoofnagle; and Professor Lothar Determann. You can view the video of the event here: https://youtu.be/IIMN9NfKFcE?t=60