Prop 24 To Protect Kids Online

SACRAMENTO, Calif., Today, the Yes on Prop 24 marketing campaign introduced endorsements from schooling leaders and college advocates, who accept as true with it is significantly essential to guard our youngsters online. Common Sense Media, an business enterprise devoted to making sure the digital well-being of youngsters in all places is a proud recommend for Prop 24.

"It is pressing that we omit daring privateness coverage to guard our kids. As a faculty board member and an professional in crimes towards children- Prop 24 is the proper way to go," stated Valerie Amezcua, Vice President of Santa Ana Unified School District. "We can shield the privateness of our college students and make certain violations are enforced. We have no company to administer our privateness legal guidelines and Prop 24 would put that in place. Join me and kid's advocates at some point of California in pronouncing sure on 24."

"Kids are spending so a lot time on-line this year," stated Alex Traverso, President of Theodore Judah PTA. "Protect them by way of balloting YES on Prop. 24, which triples fines for violating kid's privacy."

"As co-sponsors of the California Consumer Privacy Act, we are thrilled to help Californians for Consumer Privacy on this measure, which will make sure Californians' robust privateness rights are now not weakened in the future," stated James P. Steyer, Founder and CEO of Common Sense Media.

Other outstanding college leaders and endorsers include:

Dean Vogel - Past President, California Teachers Association

Dianna MacDonald - Past President, California Parent Teacher Association

Hon. Tim Sbranti - Trustee - Chabot-Las Positas Community College District

Hon. Greg Bonaccorsi - Trustee - Ohlone Community College District

Hon. Melanie Blake - Trustee - Sonoma Valley Unified School District

Hon. Jonathan Abboud - Trustee - Santa Barbara Community College District

Hon. Valerie Amezcua - Trustee, Santa Ana Unified School District

Hon. Laura Capps - President, Santa Barbara Unified School District

Hon. Megan Kerr- Trustee Long Beach Unified School District

Hon. Kathy Rawlings- Trustee Carlsbad Unified School District

Proposition 24 would:

Protect your most non-public information, by way of permitting you to forestall agencies from the use of or sharing touchy records about your health, finances, race, ethnicity, and particular location;
Safeguard younger people, TRIPLING FINES for violations involving kid's information;
Put new limits on companies' series and use of our private information;
Establish an enforcement arm—the California Privacy Protection Agency—to shield these rights and maintain groups accountable, and lengthen enforcement which includes IMPOSING PENALTIES FOR NEGLIGENCE ensuing in theft of consumers' emails and passwords;
MAKE IT MUCH HARDER TO WEAKEN PRIVACY in California in the future, by means of stopping exceptional hobbies and politicians from undermining Californians' privateness rights, whilst permitting the Legislature to amend the regulation to similarly the major intention of strengthening purchaser privateness to higher guard you and your children. 

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