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Personal Privacy ProtectionWell, California is at it again. Less than one year after the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) took effect, the people of California voted to approve Proposition 24 (aka the California Privacy Rights Act, the CPRA) on Election Day 2020. The CPRA will largely take effect on Jan. 1, 2023, adding a handful of rights for California consumers and new obligations for businesses, which will be enforceable by the California Privacy Protection Agency, a new state privacy regulatory agency created by the CPRA.

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