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Daily Dashboard | California's privacy agency releases draft rules on automated decision-making tech Related reading: A view from DC: Is your privacy notice stuck in the ’90s?



The California Privacy Protection Agency released draft rules on automated decision-making technologies, outlining how businesses using these systems must provide notice, opt-out options and access requirements to consumers. IAPP Staff Writer Caitlin Andrews breaks down the proposed rules and the CPPA Board's likely topics of discussion for its 8 Dec. meeting. Editor's note: Explore the IAPP AI Governance Center and subscribe to the AI Governance Dashboard.
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