Assemblymember Chau Vows to Protect Online Privacy

Monday, April 23, 2018

(Sacramento) – Children, parents, educators, advocates and lawmakers gathered on the steps of the California State Capitol for a special “Common Sense Kids Action Rally” to call for stronger online privacy protections. “We should promote innovation and technology because they help improve the quality of life,” says Assemblymember Ed Chau (D-Monterey Park). “Yet technology can pose challenges as well. As parents, we are seeing first-hand the rapid rise of technology and digital devices among children and adolescents.” Watch this Assembly Access video to learn more about the “Common Sense Kids Action Rally,” and why Assemblymember Chau is working to do more to protect kids when they go online.