On February 7, 2020, the California Attorney General’s Office (OAG) issued proposed changes to the California Consumer Privacy Act Regulations (Modified Regulations), which were originally issued on October 11, 2019. Organizations have until February 24 to submit written comments on the proposed changes to the regulations implementing the CCPA.

Key Changes

Some of the major

Today, the California Office of the Attorney General (OAG) released much-anticipated revisions to its proposed implementing regulations to the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA).

The following were issued by the OAG on its website:

  • A notice of modifications to the text of the proposed regulations;
  • A redlined version of the revised regulations, showing the

Although the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) has only been in effect for a matter of weeks – and its proposed regulations are not yet finalized – it could be overhauled by a new privacy law later this year. Last fall, the group that first formulated the CCPA as a ballot initiative in 2018, Californians

In a mere two weeks, as the ball drops in Times Square, California Attorney General (AG) Xavier Becerra will welcome not only a new decade, but a new era of enforcement under the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA).

In a news briefing Monday, AG Becerra shed light on two topics of high interest for many

On Nov. 5, California Congresswomen Anna G. Eshoo and Zoe Lofgren introduced the Online Privacy Act of 2019, H.R. 4978, to balance the actual needs of businesses with users’ fair privacy rights and expectations. The proposed privacy bill seeks for the United States to adopt many of the requirements of the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), which is effective Jan. 1, 2020, and that exist under the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). Below is a brief summary of the main components of the Act. A copy of the Online Privacy Act can be found here, and a section-by-section analysis by the Congresswomen can be viewed here.
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On Oct. 10, the California Attorney General’s Office issued the California Consumer Privacy Act Proposed Regulations.  Stakeholders have until Dec. 6 to submit comments, and there will be four public hearings prior to that date. On the same day, the Attorney General’s Office also published the Initial Statement of Reasons describing the basis for each

On the heels of the California Attorney General’s release of the draft California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) Regulations, on Friday Gov. Newsom signed seven bills amending various provisions of the CCPA. The relevant amendments signed by the governor are described below. With less than three months before the CCPA becomes effective on January 1,

On Oct. 10, 2019, the California Attorney General’s Office issued the California Consumer Privacy Act Proposed Regulations. The proposed regulations focus on the following CCPA provisions:

  1. notice to consumers;
  2. business practices for handling requests;
  3. verification of requests;
  4. special rules regarding minors; and
  5. nondiscrimination.

Organizations will have until December 8 to submit comments on the