The group looked at provisions relating to data breaches, restrictions on subcontractors, advertising limits, unidentified data usage and other issues that reflect several trade-offs between districts and businesses. The working group also added sections that allow Edtech districts and businesses to easily include information that was a challenge in former data protection authorities, such as. B, descriptions of services provided by companies, concepts of public law and changes to standard conditions. Over the next year, SDPC`s state-level alliances will create state-specific clauses that will allow them to incorporate the unique requirements of their government laws into the NDPA. California has several rules for books on student data protection. The Student Online Personal Information Protection Act (SOPIPA) was passed in 2014 and came into force in 2016.