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Revised CCPA regulations slightly more business-friendly, experts say

February 11, 2020, Global Data Review

Libbie Canter is quoted in Global Data Review regarding the California Attorney General Xavier Beccera’s revisions to the California Consumer Privacy Act’s (CCPA)  regulations. The revisions have left many businesses concerned and with unanswered questions. Ms. Canter says despite the revisions “ambiguities” remain for entities that collect data from third parties, but aren’t brokers because they don’t sell data. Those entities could be collecting data from third parties for research or other internal use – and it remains unclear how they should go about complying with the CCPA. She adds that Becerra may not want to open himself to a legal challenge by taking a position on the issue.

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