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New privacy initiative aimed at 2020 ballot costing money and certainty

December 4, 2019, Daily Journal

Lindsey Tonsager is quoted in Daily Journal regarding a new voter initiative designed to improve consumer privacy in California. Ms. Tonsager says, “The new ballot initiative has introduced some uncertainty into the conversation for businesses. There has been a real whiplash throughout the whole process of the CCPA. It was enacted back in 2018, and its already gone through two stages of legislative amendments, and before the ink is even dry in the draft attorney general regulations, we have a whole new ballot initiative that could really start us from scratch all over again.” She adds that the amendments passed this year were “really very small” and mainly serve to clarify the law.

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