- Businesses must disclose what categories and specific items of personal information are collected about consumers covered by the applicable consumer privacy laws;
- Businesses must disclose what sources they used to collect consumer personal information;
- Businesses must disclose the categories of personal information that will be sold to/shared with third-parties, as well as the categories of third-parties with whom such personal information will be shared/sold to; and
- Businesses must provide consumers with the opportunity to exercise various rights and preferences (including opt out rights in multiple contexts).
Liability Under State Consumer Privacy Laws
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