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Daily Dashboard | CalChamber petitions state Supreme Court against CPRA regulations enforcement Related reading: Biden signs bill reauthorizing FISA Section 702




The California Chamber of Commerce petitioned the state Supreme Court to review an appellate court decision to allow the California Privacy Protection Agency to begin enforcing California Privacy Rights Act regulations. CalChamber argued the CPPA failed to develop final regulations as required under the ballot measure approving the CPRA, and therefore cannot begin enforcement until the completion of a year-long grace period for businesses to comply with the law. Editor's note: IAPP News Editor Joe Duball reported on the CPPA's appeal.
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