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california capitol The Consumer Privacy Act applies to companies with gross revenues of $25 million or more and that receive, sell or share personal information about more than 50,000 Californians or that derive more than half their revenue from selling customer data. (Photo: Jason Doiy/ Recorder)

State lawmakers have sent to Gov. Gavin Newsom what will likely be the final amendments to the California Consumer Privacy Act before the landmark data-privacy bill goes into effect on Jan. 1.

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