The Office of the Attorney General of California has made an addition to its frequently asked questions page on the California Consumer Privacy Act. The update involves a Global Privacy Control, a signal delivered through a browser extension that automatically allows users to exercise their rights to opt-out of the sale of their personal information. The attorney general's CCPA FAQ page states the GPC "must be honoured by covered businesses as a valid consumer request to stop the sale of personal information." The IAPP reports on the reactions to the attorney general's decision. In related news, Tech Explore reports how cookie banner design can affect users' privacy choices.