Only the attorney general can proceed with action, there is no private right of action.
The attorney general can file an action of "unlawful acts". A violation of the notice / opt-out of sale requirements is unlawful if:
The violation is (willingly and knowingly) not remedied within the 30-day remedy period
Only applicable to notice-rights: the operator tries to mislead consumers in their notice to the detriment of the consumer. In this case: no 30-day remedy period is required
A district court may impose a temporary or permanent injunction and a civil penalty of max $5,000 per violation of the notice or opt-out of sale rights.