Law360 (December 2, 2019, 5:58 PM EST) — The California attorney general’s highly anticipated draft regulations for implementing the state’s Consumer Privacy Act may have put the “meat on the bones” of the law, but expanded notice and transparency requirements are likely to generate significant backlash, with business advocates arguing they go beyond what’s laid out in the statute.
The California Consumer Privacy Act, which was signed into law in June 2018 and is set to take effect Jan. 1, requires Attorney General Xavier Becerra to develop rules for implementing the first-of-its-kind statute. The law gives consumers the right to find out what data online businesses such as Google…
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