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California lawmakers face deadline today for amending privacy law on issues like ‘personal information'

September 13, 2019 |
Mariam Baksh

A bill that could create more wiggle room for entities subject to California’s landmark privacy law – set to take effect in January – must receive a vote today in the state’s legislature in order to change the definition of “personal information” by amending the statute, according to law firms flagging the deadline.

“These bills could significantly alter the law’s application and associated compliance obligations, including with respect to HR data, B2B customer data, loyalty programs and the definition of...


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