Calif. AG Finalizes Privacy Law Despite Unresolved Issues

By Dorothy Atkins (June 2, 2020, 10:17 PM EDT) -- California's attorney general on Monday submitted final rules for the Golden State's landmark privacy law that gives Californians the right to stop businesses from selling and storing their information, while leaving unresolved legal issues experts say could be significant.

The attorney general submitted the final rules of the California Consumer Privacy Act to the Office of Administrative Law and asked the office to expedite its review to meet a July 1 statutory deadline, when the law can be enforced.

BakerHostetler partner Alan Friel, who has been tracking the CCPA closely, told Law360 Tuesday that there were no substantive changes from the...

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