How Cos. Can Improve Web Compliance After 1st CCPA Fine

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.[1]

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.[2]

This enforcement action confirms the AG’s interpretation that:

The CCPA requires specific CCPA-mandated contractual terms with each cookie, pixel…

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