California AG: Privacy Law Enforcement to be Guided by Willingness to Comply (Reuters)


California’s attorney general is not planning an extension of a Jan. 1 deadline to comply with the state’s new digital privacy law but said enforcement efforts by his office will be guided by companies showing a willingness to comply. The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), is a landmark digital privacy law that allows Americans to request their data be deleted from e-commerce websites and social media, and opt out of having data sold to third parties.