On March 10, 2022, the California Attorney General issued an Opinion letter in response to an inquiry from Assemblymember Kevin Kiley:


Under the California Consumer Privacy Act, does a consumer’s right to know the
specific pieces of personal information that a business has collected about that consumer
apply to internally generated inferences the business holds about the consumer from
either internal or external information sources?

Yes, under the California Consumer Privacy Act, a consumer has the right to
know internally generated inferences about that consumer, unless a business can
demonstrate that a statutory exception to the Act applies.

Opinion No. 20-303