California Sends Warning Letters Over CCPA Violations (

California Attorney General Xavier Becerra has already sent warning notices to online companies over alleged violations of the state’s new privacy law, a state official said Thursday.

Companies that receive the notices will have 30 days to come into compliance, or risk lawsuits by the state.

The California Consumer Privacy Act gives state residents the right to learn what information has been collected about them by companies, have that information deleted, and prevent the sale of that data to third parties.

The measure went into effect in January, but wasn’t enforceable until July 1.
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