Calif. AG Facing Pressure To Revise Consumer Privacy Regs

Law360 (December 9, 2019, 10:03 PM EST) -- Top tech companies are urging the California attorney general to rein in proposed regulations they say go beyond what's required by the state's looming consumer privacy act, while advocacy groups are calling on the regulator to rethink provisions they claim would allow companies to skirt the law. 

Friday marked the deadline for members of the business community, consumer advocates and other stakeholders to submit written comments on draft rules issued by California Attorney General Xavier Becerra in October for how companies should implement the landmark California Consumer Privacy Act.

The law, slated to take effect on Jan. 1, gives consumers the right...

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