Roll Call reports on the current state of the California Consumer Privacy Act. "There's a lot of questions asked by sector and consumers about how we'll interpret specific words," California Attorney General Xavier Becerra said. "A lot of this is giving precision to the language." Assembly Member Democrat Ed Chau said, "The law may not be perfect, and that's the reason why we're cleaning up the law. ... But it's still a very fine product, as is, because we are giving consumers a lot of rights that they should be entitled to." In terms of a potential federal privacy law, Chau said, "If they're tempted or inclined to pass a federal law, they should use California as the baseline."
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