California proposes new rules to enforce state privacy law

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California proposes new rules to enforce state privacy lawCalifornia proposed regulations Thursday that would give consumers more control over how businesses collect and manage their personal information, including requiring a “Do Not Sell My Info” link on companies’ websites or apps. California Attorney General Xavier Becerra detailed the draft regulations for the state’s new privacy law, due to take effect Jan. 1, which he said will allow people to “pull the curtains back” on information companies have collected on them. The law allows people to request that their data be deleted and opt out of having data sold to third parties.


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