Another excellent article by Dirk Rodgers and touchpoints with California law. The following snippet just happened to catch my eye.
How Should Inference Work?:
" . . . Companies will need to create and document their Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) for making use of the container serial number hierarchy when they infer the contents in each business process. According to the law, this will need to include some kind of statistical sampling process for determining the accuracy of the aggregation information provided to them. The SOPs will need to be available for the Board to review them. . . ."
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