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berkeley law building Outside University of Califonria Berkeley School of Law on April, 13, 2020 under the state-wide shelter in place order. Photo: Jason Doiy/ALM

State leaders on Wednesday named five members to the inaugural board of the California Privacy Protection Agency, a new entity created by voters in 2020 that will enforce the state’s sweeping consumer privacy laws.

The appointees come from academia, state government and nonprofits. The five members will be charged with hiring an executive director for the new agency, adopting rules and enforcing the California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018 and the voter-approved California Privacy Rights Act of 2020.

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