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Heather Antoine and Jeremy Beutler’s “Small Updates from the California Attorney General Create Major CCPA Impacts” Published by The National Law Review

By July 26, 2021 No Comments

Heather Antoine and Jeremy Beutler’s article “Small Updates from the California Attorney General Create Major CCPA Impacts” was published by the National Law Review. The timely piece discusses recent actions taken by the California Attorney General to assist consumers draft noncompliance notices to send to businesses that may have violated the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA). It also addresses a business’s 30-day cure period, explaining that if a business does not remedy the alleged noncompliance within 30 days, the California Attorney General may bring suit and seek civil penalties or an injunction. The article also details updated guidance from the Office of the California Attorney General, requiring companies that collect personal information from consumers online to honor a consumer’s use of the Global Privacy Control (GPC) as a request to opt-out of the sale of personal information. 

To read the full article on the National Law Review website, click here.