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Daily Dashboard | Calif. DOJ unveils third set of proposed modifications to CCPA regulations Related reading: Top-5 operational impacts of the LGPD: Part 2 — Security, secrecy of data, good practice and governance

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The California Department of Justice published a notice unveiling a third set of proposed modifications to the California Consumer Privacy Act regulations. The latest round of modifications includes rules on informing consumers on their ability to exercise their "Do Not Sell" rights when their data is collected offline and ensuring a "business’s methods for submitting requests to opt-out shall be easy for consumers to execute and shall require minimal steps to allow the consumer to opt-out." Comments will be accepted on the new modifications until Oct. 28. Editor's note: The IAPP's "CCPA Genius" is an interactive tool to help navigate the CCPA.
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