States should adequately fund and broaden their methods of financing public education. Education financing should be shifted from property taxes to less regressive forms of taxation.
States should generally avoid arbitrary limitations on property taxes.
Property taxes should be equitable.
Policymakers should broaden the tax base by limiting tax preferences that do not efficiently achieve important policy goals.
Consumers should control the extent to which their personal information may be collected, analyzed, shared, scraped, and sold.
Privacy protections should be embedded into products and services.
Organizations (including private companies, nonprofits, and government entities) should clearly communicate:
Policymakers should conduct oversight on data brokers to ensure transparency and accountability. Data brokers should be required to register with a regulator.
Policymakers should protect against the misuse of data, including:
Policymakers and the private sector should ensure that organizations effectively protect against unauthorized access to or misuse of personal information.