California's Secretary of State Alex Padilla announced the California Privacy Rights Act qualified for the state's November ballot. Californians for Consumer Privacy Founder Alastair Mactaggart filed the required 623,212 signatures with California counties. Sacramento County Superior Court Judge Shelleyanne W. L. Chang recently approved a request from the group to ensure the signatures were counted before the June 25 deadline to get the CPRA on the ballot. Editor's note: IAPP Editor Angelique Carson, CIPP/US, reported on a California State Assembly hearing on the CPRA for The Privacy Advisor.
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