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What California’s new online privacy law means for rest of US
A new bill passed in California requires companies to disclose what information they have about consumers and with whom they are sharing it. Some are calling it a victory for California residents when it comes to protecting their privacy and personal information. But what does it mean for the rest of the country? NBC’s business correspondent Jo Ling Kent reports.
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