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People file lawsuits to test boundaries of California’s privacy law

“It’s kind of like throwing spaghetti at the wall.” That’s how Jessica Lee, partner and co-chair of the privacy, security and data innovation practice group at law firm Loeb and Loeb, described the approach people have taken when filing lawsuits against companies under the California Consumer Privacy Act.

Many of the suits filed since the law went into effect Jan. 1, 2020, allege companies have failed to allow people to opt out from sale of their personal information or failed to disclose that the companies share people’s personal information with third parties, according to lawyers tracking CCPA lawsuits. Meanwhile, a spokesperson for California attorney general Xavier Becerra said the AG’s office has sent dozens of notices to companies demanding that they fix problems leading to noncompliance with the law.

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