California Privacy Act still not being enforced seven years after enactment

In 1972, California voters amended the California Constitution through an initiative measure to include the right of privacy as an inalienable right. Cal. Const., art. 1, § 1. Forty-six years later, in 2018, California voters pushed a ballot initiative measure to create a sweeping set of enforcement regulations for privacy rights. This March, enforcement finally begins.

The effort to enshrine privacy as an enforceable right in California …