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CCPA: Everything you need to know about California's new privacy law

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The most sweeping data-privacy law in the country kicks in Jan. 1. The CCPA, short for the California Consumer Privacy Act, gives residents of the Golden State the right to learn what data companies collect about them. It also lets Californians ask companies to delete their data and not to sell it. Learn more about CCPA in a comprehensive CNet article:

Strengthen California’s Consumer Data Privacy Regulations

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EFF and a coalition of privacy advocates have filedcommentswith the California Attorney General seeking strong regulations to protect consumer data privacy. The draft regulations are a good step forward, but the final regulations should go further. What are your thoughts on the draft regulations that were published in October? Learn more: