San Francisco, Kcbs, Margie Schaefer discussed on 24 Hour News
I'm John Evans will now the story of. And now to San Francisco the story of the San Francisco board of supervisors with three new members and a new president. Here's KCBS gentle lane reporting from city hall, the first job of the newly formed San Francisco board of supervisors was to elect a president just two members were nominated Hillary Ronen who's openly lobbied for the seat and whose supporters dominated two and a half hours public comment and Norman Yee Norman, and I love each other. We respect each other. And that's not going to change ever. That was Ronin before the vote went seven two four Inese favor. Supervisor Jeff I said what weighed most heavily on his decision was the void and the Chinese American community since the deaths of Chinatown leader rose pack and Mayor Ed Lee, we were just little over a year of losing to titans and the Chinese American community here in San Francisco avoid that has not been filled yet and many people are are stepping up and leading and trying to fill that void took over saying. There's. More to bring this board together then to keep it apart. I've been doing this work for a long time. And I feel an urgency to respond to the crisis facing our city in a time of population growth and rising inequities, and it does have a progressive majority for the first time in many years at San Francisco city hall general lane KCBS the interests of business and privacy advocates were discussed yesterday in a public forum hosted by the California Department of Justice KCBS is Margie Schaefer reports from the state building in San Francisco. California's attorney general is hosting six forums this being the first for the public to weigh in on the rulemaking process for the California consumer Privacy Act, which goes into effect in twenty twenty Julie charismatic as technologists for the network advertising initiative, which represents companies in the online advertising space. She wants more guidance of how companies can be in compliance. If you're not exchanging information and. I just serving targeted odd. If you're not collecting Email addresses or postal addresses because you're really trying to minimize what kind of data you handle businesses. Want loyalty programs to not be threatened privacy advocates including the ACLU and the frontier foundation. We're also represented Elizabeth Galicia is with common sense media gets important to clarify and to protect consumers when it comes to how their personal information is being used for advertising purposes. Common sense media also wants to ensure there's enough money for enforcement of the laws once they take effect in San Francisco Margie Schaefer, KCBS aquatic, Orlando's SeaWorld park will become the first in the world to be credentialed for visitors on the autism spectrum. The staff will be trained and continually trained to assist guests with autism. And of course, their families and the park also plans to open a quiet room with adjustable lighting for guests to take a break from the main. Park. KCBS news time to fifty three..