Friday, Sept. 6 was the final day for any amendments to the California Consumer Privacy Act to be introduced, per California Assembly rules. Lawmakers have since voted on those amendments, and we now know what the final version of the CCPA looks like, subject to the signature of Gov. Gavin Newsom, D-Calif. In this episode of The Privacy Advisor Podcast, Mary Stone Ross, who worked alongside Alastair Mactaggart to craft what we now know as the CCPA, discusses the last amendments introduced to the law before the California Legislature adjourns Sept. 13 and what the potential implications of those may be.
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