Calif. AG Asks Senate Not To Replace CCPA With National Law

Law360 (September 23, 2020, 9:58 PM EDT) -- California's attorney general urged the U.S. Senate at a Wednesday hearing not to override the California Consumer Privacy Act with a federal law, while ex-heads of the Federal Trade Commission who now work in private practice argued in favor of federal preemption.

"I urge you not to preempt the important work and nimble innovation like the CCPA happening on the state level," state Attorney General Xavier Becerra testified via a remote audio feed during the hearing of the Senate Committee on Commerce, Science and Transportation, which is considering several proposals for federal legislation that would tighten the reins on companies' data handling practices....

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