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California: Senate passes bills amending CCPA

According to One Trust’s data Guidance platform, The California State Senate (‘the Senate’) passed, on 11 September 2019, a series of bills that would amend the California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018 (‘CCPA’). In particular, the Senate passed Assembly Bill (‘AB’) 874, which would exempt publicly available information and deidentified or aggregate consumer information from the CCPA’s application, AB 1146, which would add a product recall exception to the right of deletion regarding vehicle information and AB 1564, which would require a business to make available a toll-free telephone number or an email address for specific information requests.

The bills were sent to the California State Assembly for final passage.

You can track AB 874 here, AB 1146 here and AB 1564 here.

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