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California's privacy law arrives to confusion and costs for businesses

January 1, 2020, Financial Times

Lindsey Tonsager spoke with the Financial Times about the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) and the different ways companies are trying to comply with the new law. Addressing some companies’ efforts to create self-serve portals to handle users’ privacy requests, Ms. Tonsager says, “This works fine but if you get a high spike of data access requests — right after that law is enacted for example — that could prove incredibly difficult.”

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