On Tuesday, the California Assembly Privacy and Consumer Protection Committee began clarifying ambiguities in the California Consumer Privacy Act. "Several bills approved at the hearing offer encouragement that the legislature may resolve several key compliance ambiguities before the Attorney General’s rulemaking begins this fall," writes DLA Piper Partner Jim Halpert. "At the same time, two other bills that would have introduced new concepts to the CCPA were withdrawn and did not clear the committee in time for consideration this session." In this post for Privacy Tracker, Halpert rounds up the flurry of CCPA-related legislative action from Tuesday and details which amendments fell off and moved forward, adding that "these initial steps suggest that some legislative clarifications of CCPA requirements may pass this year."
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