California Attorney General Xavier Becerra said he has no plans to issue any major changes to the rules he proposed earlier this year to enforce the California Consumer Privacy Act, Bloomberg Law reports. “That initial public disclosure of our proposed regs gives everyone a sense of where we think we should go,” Becerra said. He added the attorney general’s office will not start to enforce the CCPA until July; however, businesses are expected to be compliant with the law when it goes into effect Jan. 1. Meanwhile, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce seeks to delay the CCPA until January 2022, according to a filing with the California attorney general. Editor's Note: Daily Dashboard mistakenly reported Tuesday, Dec. 17, that there would be no changes to the proposed regulations. The California attorney general told reporters that no "major" changes were planned to the proposed regulations. We have made the correction and regret the error. (Registration may be required to access this story.)
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