Major developments related to the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) were announced at the end of last week. On Thursday, October 10th California Attorney General Xavier Becerra released proposed regulations under the CCPA. The proposed regulations are intended to operationalize the CCPA and provide practical guidance to consumers and businesses subject to the law. California Governor Gavin Newsom followed with a legislative update on Friday, October 11th in which he announced that he had signed 6 privacy bills into law, including 5 amending the CCPA and a new law related to the CCPA requiring data broker registration.
View this on-demand webinar to gain valuable insights into:
- A review and analysis of the proposed CCPA implementing regulations, related amendments and the impact to your planning
- Tips and tools to operationalize complying with the CCPA, including - the four types of consumer notices, including the Do Not Sell notice; consumer privacy requests, security considerations and verification; training and record-keeping; special rules for personal information of minors; requirements for financial incentives including calculating data value, practices for employment data and B2B transactions; and much more
- Insights into what to expect after the public comment period closes on December 6, 2019