California's sweeping digital privacy bill raises a question: Will people use it?

"The law's biggest impact, in fact, may lie in how it requires companies to track what data they have, where they keep it and how to get it to people when requested, said Jen King, director of consumer privacy at Stanford Law School's Center for Internet and Society. That effort alone, which can be substantial, might cause corporations to reconsider how much data they decide to hold onto."