By Sam Castic (September 6, 2022, 1:31 PM EDT) — Last week, the California Attorney General’s Office announced a settlement with beauty retailer Sephora Inc. for $1.2 million — the attorney general’s first monetary penalty for California Consumer Privacy Act violations.
The Superior Court of the State of California, County of San Francisco, entered the final judgment on Aug. 24 in People v. Sephora USA Inc., which resulted from a settlement between the parties.
As part of the settlement, Sephora also agreed to a two-year consent decree with ongoing monitoring and reporting obligations.
This enforcement action confirms the AG’s interpretation that:
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