On June 28, California Gov. Jerry Brown signed AB 375—otherwise known as the California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018 into law.
The bill was rushed through the California Legislature to head off a more stringent law that was already slated to be on the ballot in November.
What does the CCPA do?
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