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The California Attorney General is holding six statewide forums to collect feedback on the California Consumer Privacy Act to “solicit broad public participation.” On Jan. 8, the state Department of Justice held its inaugural hearing. “Commentators at the hearing acknowledged the difficulties that the attorney general faces since the rule-making pertains to a statute that is still subject to ongoing legislative change and correction of obvious typos and drafting errors,” writes Baker McKenzie Partner Lothar Determann, who was on hand at the event. In this post for Privacy Perspectives, Determann shares more about what he observed from this first in a series of public forums. 
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