Californians spent January 1, 2020 like most other Americans: making (and breaking) New Year’s resolutions, watching college football bowl games and saying farewell to 2019.

But Californians also woke up that day to new privacy rights granted to them as a result of the California Consumer Privacy Act, a first-in-the-United States privacy law that gives individuals the right to know, access and delete personal information that businesses collect about them.

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– Keesal, Young & Logan Privacy and Data Security Group