New CA privacy law goes into effect Jan. 1

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Alastair Mactaggart is the Board Chair of Californians for Consumer Privacy.

Wondering why your inbox has been flooded with a flurry of notices from companies updating their privacy policies? The California Consumer Privacy Act, the strongest privacy law in the country, goes into effect January 1. Get up to speed with the following CalMatters article on what the law means for you, and take a look back at our March interview with Piedmonter Alastair Mactaggart, the privacy advocate who spearheaded the initiative that eventually became law.

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