AdExchanger reports amendments to the California Consumer Privacy Act were signed into law by Gov. Gavin Newsom, D-Calif., Friday. Newsom approved seven bills that alter the final language of some CCPA provisions before its Jan. 1, 2020, implementation. Law firm Greenberg Traurig posted summaries of the seven bills, which include changes to the definition of personal information, clarifications on private right of action and the creation of a data broker registry. Newsom's signing was preceded by the California attorney general's release of proposed CCPA regulations a day earlier. Editor's Note: The IAPP will host the CCPA Comprehensive Live 2019 in New York City, Nov. 7 and Live Online 2019, Dec. 4.
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