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California Attorney General Plans Few Privacy Law Enforcement Actions, Telling Consumers to Take Violators to Court

San Francisco Public Press
May 22, 2019

"Under the California Consumer Privacy Act, which takes effect in 2020, consumers will have the right to opt out of the sale of their personal data to third parties, and request that businesses delete their information. The law calls for noncompliant companies to be prosecuted by the California attorney general’s office and fined up to $7,500 for each violation."

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