On January 14, 2019, the California Attorney General hosted the second of six public forums regarding the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) in San Diego. Five individuals, including both business representatives and consumer advocates, made comments at the forum. Some of the public comments echoed those made at the San Francisco forum, while others brought new perspectives regarding areas on which the public is focused. The comments at the San Diego forum largely focused on four topics: clarifying key definitions; providing notice, access, and opt-out/deletion rights to consumers; AG rulemaking and enforcement issues; and the Act’s non-discrimination provision.
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