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The Year In Tech: Privacy, Controversy, And Unsuccessful Public Offerings

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After years of light regulation, the tech industry is coming under scrutiny from Congress and regulators due to a series of online privacy breaches. (Chandan Khanna/AFP/Getty Images)

The Year In Tech: Privacy, Controversy, And Unsuccessful Public Offerings

The tech industry was all over the news this year. Several high profile companies went public this year- and flopped. A controversial new law meant to protect gig workers is having a negative effect on other industries, and a new consumer privacy rule goes into effect January 1st, are California businesses prepared?
Guests: Rachael Myrow and Mike Isaac

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