The Electronic Frontier Foundation extended support for potential California Consumer Privacy Act amendments that would require organizations to offer user-friendly privacy controls, MediaPost reports. California Attorney General Xavier Becerra proposed the requirement among other potential changes earlier in October. The EFF said requiring privacy controls would help curb "manipulative user experience designs that businesses use to trick consumers into surrendering their personal data." Editor's note: IAPP Legal Research Fellow Cathy Cosgrove discussed potential CCPA updates here for Privacy Tracker.
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