The California Assembly Privacy and Consumer Protection Committee has begun the important work of clarifying significant ambiguities in the California Consumer Privacy Act. The CCPA sets out landmark privacy rights for Californians, but often in language that is either confusing or difficult to operationalize. Several bills approved at the hearing offer encouragement that the legislature may resolve several key compliance ambiguities before the Attorney General's rulemaking begins this fall. At the same time, two other bills that would have introduced new concepts to the CCPA were withdrawn and did not clear the committee in time for consideration this session. Join in as Jim Halpert attempts to unravel some of these newest developments.