April 10, 2020
Business groups urge six-month delay on enforcement of landmark California privacy law
Businesses and trade groups across California are asking state Attorney General Xavier Becerra to hold off for an additional six months on enforcing components of the California Consumer Privacy Act set to take effect on July 1, citing the COVID-19 crisis and other factors.
CCPA came into force at the start of this year, but the law requires the state’s attorney general to clarify and operationalize the law. Becerra released his initial proposed regulations last fall, and the second round...