Over 30 trade associations and companies co-signed a letter this week to California Attorney General Xavier Becerra asking him to push back the July 1 enforcement date for the California Consumer Privacy Act due to the new coronavirus and a lack of clarity on the enforcement rules.

“The undersigned organizations employ millions of individuals who are faced with this crisis and are doing their best to manage their personal and professional lives in the face of uncertain times. Many companies have instituted mandatory work-from-home measures to limit community,” the letter states.

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