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    February 11, 2019
    By  Sarah Boot  February 8, 2019
     
    The state privacy law passed by the Legislature last year contains multiple flaws that undermine consumer privacy and employee protections, a coalition led by the California Chamber of Commerce explained this week.

    CalChamber Policy Advocate Sarah Boot spoke on behalf of the coalition at the February 5 workshop hosted by the state Attorney General’s Office in Sacramento for parties interested in the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA).

    “CalChamber’s goal for the Attorney General rulemaking process is to make sure that CCPA compliance is actually realistic for all the businesses it covers and to fix the unintended consequences of this hastily passed law, many of which will be harmful to consumers,” Boot said.

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