Changes proposed to California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018

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The hastily passed California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018 was a compromise designed to avoid a more far-reaching ballot initiative. The drafters are currently working on Senate Bill 1121, intended to clarify certain provisions of the Act and to make other technical corrections. Dozens of assorted business groups have recommend substantive changes to the Act that go well beyond the “technical” corrections phase contemplated by the Senate Bill 1121. The business advocated changes include: delayed implementation of the Act until 12 months after the AG’s rulemaking process is completed and changes to the definitions of “personal information” and “consumer”. The bill is available at

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