CCPA Regulations: Does An Online Form Constitute Valid ‘Notice At Collection?’

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A comment asks the California Attorney General if directing a consumer to an online form could constitute a valid notice at collection under the recently finalized California Consumer Privacy Act regulations.

The Attorney General says it can’t confirm or deny.

The AG says nothing prevents a business from directing a consumer to a place where they can find the notice but whether or not that meets with the legal requirements for notice at collection depends on the facts at hand.

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