A group of state attorneys general spoke about how they plan to keep their eyes on California as it prepares to implement its Consumer Privacy Act, StateScoop reports. Attorneys general from Washington, Virginia, New Mexico and Vermont discussed the matter at a privacy event hosted by Symantec. “As California goes, so goes the nation,” Vermont Attorney General T.J. Donovan said. “Watching how the rules in California are going to be developed is going to be critical.” New Mexico Deputy Attorney General Tania Maestas said since most state legislatures meet for a few months each year, it would benefit smaller states to watch the CCPA's development and implementation.
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