In an op-ed for The Hill, Santa Clara University School of Law Professor Eric Goldman offers his takeaways regarding the first weeks of the California Consumer Privacy Act, including how "privacy is not cheap." Goldman writes about CCPA compliance costs, which Berkeley Economic Advising and Research estimates will be $55 billion combined for up to 400,000 businesses, according to the California Department of Justice. Goldman also discusses the "prolix" of the CCPA and how the law has spawned "state heterogeneity in privacy law." Goldman adds U.S. Congress should intervene with a federal privacy law that would "put an end to this example of democracy run amok."
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