California's attorney general wants consumers to be able to sue companies that violate the privacy law, while advocates want businesses to obtain people's permission before sharing their data.
"Facebook's internal documents indicate a callous disregard for young people and a culture that prioritized profits over people," watchdogs say in a new letter to the FTC.
"California's consumers should also be able to share in the wealth that is created from their data," California Gov. Gavin Newsom said in his first State of the State address.
Three House members said Thursday they were introducing new bills that would regulate broadband.