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Today's guest is Peter Stockburger, a partner at Dentons. Teresa McQueen talks with Peter for Part 2 of California's Privacy Rights Act. They discuss what is CA Consumer Privacy Act and CA Privacy Right Act. Peter gives us insight into what employers and employees can expect to see in 2023, and his takeaways and best practices.
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