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Sephora to pay $1.2 Million for Violating California’s Privacy Law

California Attorney General Rob Bonta announced today that the state reached a settlement of $1.2 million with Sephora for breaching the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) where the retailer sold people’s data without telling them. After conducting an enforcement sweep of online retailers, Bonta found Sephora failed to process people’s requests to opt-out of the…
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