California's Office of the Attorney General hosted a public hearing in San Francisco on the California Consumer Privacy Act, Courthouse News Service reports. Looker Chief Privacy and Data Ethics Officer Barbara Lawler, CIPP/US, CIPM, FIP, said the definitions of businesses, service providers and third parties are still troublesome even for experienced privacy professionals. “Even with a team of experts, advisers and peers, I’m not sure we’ve got it right. And I’m not sure a lot of other companies are either, even though they are actually trying,” Lawler said. Due to the “ambiguity” surrounding the CCPA, Upward Credit Union Vice President of Operations Jason Mertz-Prickett suggests the law should not go into effect until Jan. 1, 2022.
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