Recent Trend in CCPA Litigation: Private Actions for “Unauthorized Disclosure” Based on Voluntary Data Sharing

The CCPA does not by its plain language give an individual a private right of action to sue for a purported violation of five enumerated consumer rights, but instead relies on the California Attorney General to enforce them. The CCPA, however, does create a limited private right of action that applies when consumers’ personal information […]
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