Governor Gavin Newsom, D-Calif, has signed the California Age-Appropriate Design Code Act into law. Gov. Newsom called Assembly Bill 2273 an "aggressive action" on "the real issues our children are experiencing online" and praised its provisions for placing limits on the processing of children's data, as well as requiring online services accessed by minors to conduct data protection impact assessments (DPIAs). He also mentioned the Working Group, established by the California children's code and tasked to review and report on implementation by the time the bill applies in January.
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