California lawmakers approve data-privacy bill opposed by Silicon Valley

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SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – California state lawmakers on Thursday unanimously passed a data privacy bill aimed at giving consumers more control over how companies collect and manage their personal information, a bill that Google parent Alphabet Inc and other big companies have opposed.