California Attorney General Xavier Becerra issued an advisory to highlight consumers’ data rights under the California Consumer Privacy Act. The advisory describes California citizens’ right to know, delete and opt out, as well as the rights for minors regarding opt-in consent and the right to nondiscrimination. It also informs consumers on how they can exercise their rights and information on the data broker registry. “In California we are rebalancing the power dynamic by putting power back in the hands of consumers,” Becerra said. “I encourage all Californians to take a moment to understand their new rights and exercise these rights to take control of their personal data.” Editor's Note: IAPP Editorial Director Jedidiah Bracy, CIPP, rounds up responses to the CCPA following its implementation in this piece for Privacy Tracker.
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