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Privacy Please: Exposure and Risk Mitigation in Connection with California’s Consumer Data Collection and Protection Laws

October 10, 2019 at 1:45pm2:45pm

Nate Garhart, Sushila Chanana and Shanti Eagle, speaking on "Privacy Please:  Exposure and Risk Mitigation in Connection with California’s Consumer Data Collection and Protection Laws."

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