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The CCPA can be enforced as of today – what does that mean, and where does it leave us?

Today is the first day that the California Attorney General (AG) is authorized to bring enforcement actions under the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA). It marks the start of what is likely to be an evolving process of privacy enforcement in California as the AG and the courts interpret the law for the first time, and while the status of the law itself remains in flux over the next few years.

How did we get here?

How the NAI Protects Consumers' Sensitive Information in Digital Advertising

Fortune recently published an article expressing concern about the potential misuse of sensitive personal data in digital advertising. User activity online and across mobile apps is often highly personal and potentially sensitive, and the NAI agrees that any potential misuse of sensitive information, in advertising or otherwise, raises serious privacy concerns.

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