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Daily Dashboard | Proposed CCPA amendment adds private right of action Related reading: Martin Abrams: A look back at a career in information privacy and consumer policy




California Attorney General Xavier Becerra and State Sen. Hannah-Beth Jackson, D-Calif., proposed a new amendment Monday afternoon to the California Consumer Privacy Act that would clarify the attorney general's advisory role, add a private right of action, and eliminate the so-called "right to cure." According to the California Department of Justice press release, SB 561 "removes requirements that the Office of the Attorney General provide, at taxpayers' expense, businesses and private parties with individual legal counsel on CCPA compliance; removes language that allows companies a free pass to cure CCPA violations before enforcement can occur; and adds a private right of action, allowing consumers the opportunity to seek legal remedies for themselves under the act." Becerra said SB 561 is "a critical measure to strengthen and clarify the CCPA."
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