I’m really stuck on this one. The avowed purpose of the bill is to increase consumer online privacy. It is an initiative statute (put on the ballot by collecting signatures, rather than by the legislature). I am, of course, in favor of increasing consumer online privacy, but I’m not convinced that this measure does that. It seems to overturn some protections that either already exist or that are due to take effect on January 1, 2021. I’m not sure who to believe, and I’m not sure what (theoretically unbiased) sources actually know what they’re talking about.
Other than trying to read and understand the entire 52-page bill myself, are there any knowledgeable and unbiased sources I can look at?