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AB 2922: Privacy List (2002)


AB 2922 (2002) sought to enhance the privacy of Californians by establishing the first ever California Personal Information Inventory. AB 2922 would have required the State to develop an inventory of the type of personal information it collects, sells, or otherwise releases and to make the generic information available to the public.

The inventory would have allowed the public to see what information the State collects about them and what the State does with that information. It would have also helped the State to assess the appropriateness of the privacy protection measures currently in place.

This bill was vetoed by the Governor.

For more information, you can read the AB 2922 "Fact Sheet" prepared by a member of Senator Simitian's staff.

Final Status and Text

AB 2922 is no longer active. Its final status was:
Vetoed by the Governor

You can read its final text on the Legislature's Bill Information site.

News & Press Releases about AB 2922

04/19/2002 - Simitian Bill to “Sunshine” State Data Collection and Sharing Practices Passed by Cmte.