California Attorney General Xavier Becerra offered his thoughts on his office’s ability to handle the California Consumer Privacy Act once it goes into effect, NBC News reports. Becerra said he is not sure his office has the staff necessary to handle the law’s requirements. “I don’t think you ever want to give people a reason to believe that you hoodwinked them,” Becerra said. “Think back to the launch of the Affordable Care Act’s website. That really depressed people’s belief that this was going to work.” Becerra added he has not ruled out an entirely new agency similar to the data protection authorities in the European Union.
If you want to comment on this post, you need to login.