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CCPA Amendments Would Ceate Idependent Eforcer

September 30, 2019, Global Data Review

Lindsey Tonsager spoke with Global Data Review about proposed amendments to the California Consumer Privacy Act filed by Alastair Mactaggart of the Californians for Consumer Privacy. Ms. Tonsager said that given the time and resources spent on preparing staff within California’s office of the attorney general for the CCPA, she was “baffled” to see the proposal for a new enforcement body. She adds, “Mactaggart originally looked at the AG to adopt regulations and enforce CCPA. Now this proposal is a complete reversal. In fact, the AG’s office has asked for and received additional funding to make sure the CCPA is properly enforced.”

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