Attorneys who have to guide companies through the California Consumer Privacy Act would like clarification sooner than later on the proposed regulations the state’s attorney general set out last year.

In October, California Attorney General Xavier Becerra released 24 pages of draft regulations concerning the CCPA that will be finalized by July 1, 2020, at the latest. The date is significant because Becerra has said that his office will not begin enforcing the law until then.

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