Inside AI Policy

July 22, 2024

California partners with French data authority to bolster enforcement of privacy law

By Mariam Baksh / June 26, 2024

The California Privacy Protection Agency is collaborating with its French counterpart to share information toward more robust enforcement of the state’s privacy rules, which include requirements for companies engaged in developing or deploying artificial intelligence.

“Privacy rights are a commercial reality in our global economy,” Michael Macko, deputy director of enforcement at the CPPA, said in a June 25 press release announcing the alliance. “Our Enforcement Division welcomes opportunities to learn from our international partners and share our US perspective,...

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