Calif. Privacy Law Changes Sent To Governor's Desk

Law360 (September 5, 2018, 10:20 PM EDT) -- The first in what is expected to be a series of amendments to California's landmark privacy law is headed to the governor's desk, after state lawmakers gave their backing to adjustments that delay enforcement of the law by the attorney general and remove the requirement for individuals to notify the AG's office before filing lawsuits.

Shortly after the California Consumer Privacy Act was put on the books at the end of June, state lawmakers began working on "clean-up" legislation to address a wealth of concerns raised by a broad range of businesses, consumer advocacy groups and the state's attorney general about...

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