Since the law applies to any service provider who collects information from “any Californian,” it’s basically a regulation of the entire Internet. Earlier this year, Harris’ office made it clear that she intended to apply the law, called the California Online Privacy Protection Act, to the burgeoning world of mobile apps. In February, her office struck a deal with the big platforms, like Microsoft, Google, and Apple, to help get the apps they sell to be compliant. And in July, Harris created a specialized group of six lawyers to concentrate on enforcing privacy laws.
from Ars Technica