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United States Privacy Digest | Mactaggart appointed to CPPA Board; 2-day meeting could include possible action on CCPA sections Related reading: California bill on universal opt-out mechanisms introduced



  • California Attorney General Rob Bonta appointed Californians for Consumer Privacy founder Alastair Mactaggart to the California Privacy Protection Agency Board. Mactaggart is a co-architect of the California Consumer Privacy Act and driving force behind the California Privacy Rights Act, which mandated the formation of the CPPA. Mactaggart, whose duties begin immediately, replaces board member Angela Sierra, who begins a new role as a member of California’s Racial and Identity Profiling Advisory Board. Editor’s note: Mactaggart discussed his work in California in an episode of The Privacy Advisor Podcast.
  • The CPPA Board will host its next meeting over two days beginning Oct. 21 at 2 p.m. local time. The second session begins at Oct. 22 at 9 a.m. local time. Both sessions will feature a discussion and possible action items for sections 7,000-7,304 of the CCPA.

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