How a new tool that crowdsources California privacy law violation allegations creates gray areas for businesses

A tool helping people craft letters to send to alleged CCPA violators can trigger the 30-day period for businesses to get into compliance with the privacy law.
July 20, 2021

California Attorney General Rob Bonta has been sending companies so-called "notice-to-cure" letters when they are found by his office to be out of compliance with the state's California Consumer Privacy Act. Now, Californians can do the same with a new tool from the state that allows them to create letters to send to companies notifying them that they may be in violation of the law if they don't include a homepage link for people to opt out from data collection. Read more below.

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