The CCPA regs, they are not-a-changing.
California Attorney General Xavier Becerra doesn’t plan to make major changes to rules he proposed in October to enforce California’s new privacy law before issuing a final set of regulations.
“’That initial public disclosure of our proposed regs gives everyone a sense of where we think we should go,’ Becerra (D) told reporters Dec. 16. Becerra’s oﬃce is sifting through about 1,700 pages of written comments on the draft regulations.
Becerra said he is talking with legislators about possible changes to the law as he prepares to enforce it as it is. He said he isn’t ruling out an attempt next year to give consumers a private right to sue companies.”