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Daniel Barber, co-founder and CEO of DataGrail. Courtesy photo

As California expands its privacy laws and there becomes more support for other states to pass privacy legislation, in-house counsel need to find a way to handle what is expected to be an increase in the number of data subject requests (DSRs).

In 2020, business-to-consumer companies received an average of 137 DSRs per million identities, according to The State of CCPA report published by software company DataGrail on Thursday.

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Dan Clark

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