Startups Chase Billion Boom Fueled by California Privacy Law

According to Bloomberg, in California, Startups, Law Firms and Consultants are preparing for taking advantage of the $ 55 billion that companies are expected to spend on initial compliance with the new Privacy Law.

 

Businesses operating in California are required to be in compliance with a sweeping new privacy law, the California Consumer Privacy Act, starting this month. They’ll have a few months to figure out the specifics, because the state’s attorney general is still working out the final rules and isn’t expected to start enforcement until July. But the new requirements are already causing widespread anx

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Businesses operating in California are required to be in compliance with a sweeping new privacy law, the California Consumer Privacy Act, starting this month. They’ll have a few months to figure out the specifics, because the state’s attorney general is still working out the final rules and isn’t expected to start enforcement until July. But the new requirements are already causing widespread anx

Read more at: https://www.bloombergquint.com/technology/startups-chase-55-billion-boom-fueled-by-california-privacy-law
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Businesses operating in California are required to be in compliance with a sweeping new privacy law, the California Consumer Privacy Act, starting this month. They’ll have a few months to figure out the specifics, because the state’s attorney general is still working out the final rules and isn’t expected to start enforcement until July. But the new requirements are already causing widespread anx

Read more at: https://www.bloombergquint.com/technology/startups-chase-55-billion-boom-fueled-by-california-privacy-law
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Businesses operating in California are required to be in compliance with a sweeping new privacy law, the California Consumer Privacy Act, starting this month. They’ll have a few months to figure out the specifics, because the state’s attorney general is still working out the final rules and isn’t expected to start enforcement until July. But the new requirements are already causing widespread anxi

Read more at: https://www.bloombergquint.com/technology/startups-chase-55-billion-boom-fueled-by-california-privacy-law
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Businesses operating in California are required to be in compliance with a sweeping new privacy law, the California Consumer Privacy Act, starting this month. They’ll have a few months to figure out the specifics, because the state’s attorney general is still working out the final rules and isn’t expected to start enforcement until July. But the new requirements are already causing widespread anxi

Read more at: https://www.bloombergquint.com/technology/startups-chase-55-billion-boom-fueled-by-california-privacy-law
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Businesses operating in California are required to be in compliance with a sweeping new privacy law, the California Consumer Privacy Act, starting this month. They’ll have a few months to figure out the specifics, because the state’s attorney general is still working out the final rules and isn’t expected to start enforcement until July. But the new requirements are already causing widespread anxi

Read more at: https://www.bloombergquint.com/technology/startups-chase-55-billion-boom-fueled-by-california-privacy-law
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Businesses operating in California are required to be in compliance with a sweeping new privacy law, the California Consumer Privacy Act, starting this month. They’ll have a few months to figure out the specifics, because the state’s attorney general is still working out the final rules and isn’t expected to start enforcement until July. But the new requirements are already causing widespread anxi

Read more at: https://www.bloombergquint.com/technology/startups-chase-55-billion-boom-fueled-by-california-privacy-law
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