[BeyondCC Daily Update] - 8 February 2020
As part of our ongoing Election 2020 series, we spoke with her about surveillance capitalism, the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), and whether anyone in the Democratic field stands out to her on privacy issues. The CCPA, signed into law in 2018, empowers California consumers to know when private companies collect, share, or sell their data and to stop that sale if necessary. It applies to companies with annual gross revenues of more than $25 million or that possess information on 50,000 or more consumers.China’s Coronavirus Whistleblower Is Now Memorialized on Ethereum
The source codes of the "Monument" contract, created around 2:30 UTC on Friday, wrote down the biography of Dr. Li in Chinese with a highlighted "R.I.P" and his contribution as a medical expert to alerting others of the danger of the virus as early as Dec. 30 – only to be reprimanded by local police later on.