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A group of technology-related bills were recently signed by Gov. Gavin Newsom as the deadline to sign or veto legislation nears. The bills, now law, ranged from cybersecurity and transportation to electronic prescription drug tracking.
A new study from Stanford researchers suggests that electric car drivers who plug in while they're snoozing at night should eventually alter their charging behavior to protect California's electrical grid.
Gov. Gavin Newsom recently signed one piece of tech legislation into law and has until Sept. 30 to sign or veto the other bills that have cleared the statehouse, including several related to IT and cybersecurity.
Gov. Gavin Newsom has signed a sweeping law that requires tech companies to design their platforms with the well-being of children in mind and to adopt the highest default privacy settings for users under 18.
Plus, the U.S. Department of Agriculture is now accepting applications for a program that will invest $1 billion in rural high-speed Internet, Tennessee has announced $447 million in broadband investments, and more.
The federal data privacy bill under consideration is weaker than the privacy laws on the books in California and contains a provision that says the federal policy would override state laws. That’s unacceptable.
Extreme heat in California caused an outage at a key Twitter data center in Sacramento, CNN reported Monday, leaving the social media platform vulnerable in the event of another outage at a different data center.
The California Air Resources Board is set to consider new regulations that would phase in the electrification of delivery vans, and other medium- and heavy-duty fleet vehicles, starting in 2024.
New sensors atop Marin’s Mount Burdell are the latest additions to the West Coast ShakeAlert network. The system is a collaboration between universities in California, Oregon and Washington and the U.S. Geological Survey.
A proposed decision from the California Public Utilities Commission, if adopted, will adjust California LifeLine subsidies for service plans that receive federal ACP subsidies. Reaction to the proposal is mixed.