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New Agency Aims to Protect Digital Privacy of Californians

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California Privacy Protection Agency Aims to Help Protect Californians Data Privacy

The mission of California's new Privacy Protection Agency is to help  Californians fight for their digital privacy. But what will it do if big companies violate people's privacy rights?
Guest: Jennifer Urban, Chair of the California Privacy Protection Agency

Caldor Fire Crosses Highway 50, Grows to More Than 100,000 Acres

The Caldor Fire burning in El Dorado County crossed Highway 50 over the weekend, threatening the town of Kyburz.  It's the fourth fire that has grown to more than 100,000 acres in Northern California.

Residents Impacted by Dixie Fire Begin to Return Home

Many residents in Plumas County who have been impacted by the massive Dixie Fire are being allowed to return home.  That includes people in the town of Greenville, which was devastated by the fire.

Census Results Show Changes in San Diego County

The recently released census results show Latinos make up the second largest ethnic-racial group in San Diego County after white people.  But more and more Latinos see themselves as multi-racial.  
Reporter: Cristina Kim, KPBS 


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