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California Fines Sephora $1.2 Million for Privacy Violations

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Aug
2022
California Fines Sephora $1.2 Million for Privacy Violations

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California has fined retailer Sephora $1.2 million for failing to comply with the state’s privacy law.

As part of a settlement agreement, Sephora has also agreed to make a range of changes, including making it clear that it sells customers’ data to others, as well as honoring customers’ requests to opt-out of that.

The settlement resolves allegations by the state’s Department of Justice that Sephora violated the California Consumer Privacy Act, or CCPA, which went into effect in July 2020.

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