Insight: Even as the CCPA Remains a Moving Target, California’s New Law Portends a Surge of Consumer Litigation–Rain or Shine

By: Brandon P. Reilly | Donna L. Wilson
– Bloomberg Law

Much ink has been spilled over this summer’s passage of the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA, or sometimes “CaCPA”), and for good reason: the CCPA bestows many complicated rights upon California consumers, to the chagrin of enterprises that are increasingly beleaguered by privacy legislation foreign and domestic. Given that California’s Attorney General, Xavier Becerra, has stated that his office faces “serious operational challenges” in ramping up its sole enforcement authority over these obligations, much remains to be seen about when and how enforcement will come about.

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