California is famous for Hollywood, Disneyland, and the Online Privacy Protection Act.
What? Did you think the Golden State was all fun and games? Californians do more than go to the movies and amusement parks.
In fact, they value the right to privacy so much they enshrined it in Article I of the state constitution. Not even the U.S. Supreme Court could do better in creating a constitutional right to privacy.
"Today, California leads the nation not only as an innovation hub for information technologies, but also with the most comprehensive, stringent and up-to-date information privacy laws," according to excerpts from a privacy practice guide by attorney Lothar Determann.