A coalition of organizations has sent a letter to state lawmakers pushing for changes to the California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018, MediaPost reports. The letter was signed by the Association of National Advertisers, the Chamber of Commerce, the Internet Association, the Motion Picture Association of America and various other industry groups. ANA Executive President for Government Relations Dan Jaffe wrote in a blog post the letter proposes to "rectify serious drafting errors in order to create solutions to many of the parts of the bill that would be unworkable or impose major negative consequences." The letter includes calls to change the definition of personal information within the bill, as well as pressing for an exemption for the use of pseudonymized data.
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