Calif. AG Rolls Out Consumer Data Privacy Regulations

Law360 (October 10, 2019, 3:30 PM EDT) -- California's attorney general on Thursday released long-awaited draft regulations on how companies should implement the state's landmark consumer privacy law, including guidance on how to respond to consumer data requests and how to avoid discriminating against consumers.

The California Consumer Privacy Act, which was rushed into law in June 2018 and is set to take effect Jan. 1, is the first in the nation to give consumers the right to find out what data online businesses such as Google and Facebook hold about them. They can also request that the data be deleted and opt out of the sale of that information...

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