May 052020
 May 5, 2020  Posted by  Laws, Online, U.S.

Dustin Gardiner reports:

California Attorney General Xavier Becerra’s office is gearing up to enforce the state’s landmark internet privacy law, despite pleas from business groups that say they aren’t ready because of the coronavirus pandemic.

The California Consumer Privacy Act gives people the power to tell companies not to sell their personal data and to demand they delete the information altogether.

Read more on San Francisco Chronicle.

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