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Pasha Sternberg and John Cleary Pasha Sternberg and John Cleary of Polsinelli

For more than a year, companies all over the country have been worrying and preparing for the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), mostly without a clear sense of what they were worrying about or preparing for. With the California legislature’s finalization of a set of amendments in mid-September, the statute is finally taking shape, and companies can now more effectively focus their energies on preparation, rather than worrying.

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