The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), enacted in 2018, creates new consumer rights relating to the access to, deletion of, and sharing of personal information that is collected by businesses. It also requires the Attorney General to solicit broad public participation and adopt regulations to further the CCPA’s purposes.
In the 21st century, we share and store our most sensitive personal information on phones, computers and even in “the cloud.” Today more than ever, a strong privacy program, which includes data security, is essential to the safety and welfare of the people of California and to our economy.
The CSAC Data and Research team gathers, analyzes, and presents data about counties, county governments, and issues important to them, with the goal of increasing understanding and informing policy decisions affecting counties.
This Search tool allows you to search the Secretary of State's California Business Search database for abstracts of information for domestic stock, domestic nonprofit and qualified foreign corporations, limited liability companies and limited partnerships that have filed with this office.
The Labor Market Information Division (LMID) is the official source for California Labor Market Information. The LMID promotes California's economic health by providing information to help people understand California's economy and make informed labor market choices.
From the homepage: "California believes in the power of unlocking government data. We invite all to search and explore our open data portal and engage with our data to create innovative solutions. We believe the California open data portal will bring government closer to citizens and start a new shared conversation for growth and progress in our great state."
The Government Operations Agency sponsors data.ca.gov, a statewide open data portal created to improve collaboration, expand transparency and lead to innovation and increased effectiveness.
Currently, 2300+ datasets can be searched by organization, topic, tags, or file formats.
ABAG is part regional planning agency and part local government service provider, accomplishing its goals by providing planning services and cost-effective ABAG member services to local governments struggling with rising costs and diminishing incomes.
COECON provides a continuum of services, ranging from analysis and research to identify regional and/or industry strengths and opportunities, to hands-on technical support to train, coach, and mobilize civic leaders and teams.
Through innovative programs and deep partnerships, Silicon Valley Trust rallies people and resources to create affordable and sustainable housing opportunities for all neighbors, from those experiencing homelessness to renters, to first-time home buyers.
The Immigration Advocates Network (IAN), a program of Pro Bono Net, is dedicated to expanding access to immigration legal resources and information through collaboration and technology.
NOTE: For the ANTH 102 assignment, use the orange "Find Help" box to locate Silicon Valley.
NOVA works closely with local businesses, educators, and job seekers to ensure that the programs provide opportunities that build the knowledge, skills, and attitudes necessary to address the workforce needs of Silicon Valley.
The Silicon Valley Leadership Group, founded by David Packard of Hewlett Packard, is a diverse public policy association of more than 350 dynamic companies shaping the innovation economy of Silicon Valley, California, and the nation.
Silicon Valley Toxics Coalition (SVTC) is a diverse organization engaged in research, advocacy and grassroots organizing to promote human health and environmental justice in response to the rapid growth of the high-tech industry.