The California Privacy Rights Act, the ballot initiative aimed to regulate large companies that collect large amounts of data, has enough signatures to be considered to be on the ballot during the November general election. However, in-house counsel and their companies have a while before they need to become concerned with its implications.

Californians for Consumer Privacy, the group headed by real estate developer Alastair Mactaggart, announced that 900,000 voters have signed on to have the CPRA go to the ballot in November.

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