State lawmakers have sent to Gov. Gavin Newsom what will likely be the final amendments to the California Consumer Privacy Act before the landmark data-privacy bill goes into effect on Jan. 1.

The proposed changes offer some clarification for businesses and employers, but they also renewed calls from the tech industry for the U.S. Congress to override the new state law that lets consumers know, and in some cases control, what information companies collect about them.

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