Automated decision-making tech rules added to crowded CPPA agenda


California’s privacy watchdog drafted its automated decision-making technology (ADMT) rules for businesses, including programs that analyze shoppers’ faces and track employees’ locations.

The California Privacy Protection Agency (CPPA) expects to launch the formal rulemaking process for the ADMT rules in early 2024, along with previously released draft rules about cybersecurity audits and data risk assessments.

Public comments will be accepted during rulemaking, the agency said in its announcement Monday.

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