This episode of ACA Cast features a discussion on the passage of the California Consumer Privacy Act and compliance tips under the comprehensive data privacy law.
The California attorney general became authorized to enforce the law on July 1, 2020, and the California Office of Administrative Law approved regulations implementing the CCPA effective immediately on Aug. 14, 2020, ACA previously reported. (Editor’s note: This episode of ACA Cast was recorded before the OAL approved the regulations.)
The group discussed enforcement of the law, the history of the CCPA and what matters for ACA members.
“Privacy generally has been a significant political issue in California,” Berg said.
Berg reviewed the ballot initiative on the California Privacy Rights Act (CPRA) slated for the November election. This initiative would amend the CCPA provide additional requirements regarding service providers’ use of consumer data, spell out provisions for sensitive information and establish a Consumer Privacy Protection Agency, among other things.
Coleman and Winkler also discussed application of the CCPA for various businesses in and out of California, as well as consumer rights and required notices under the law.
After you’ve listened to this episode, read the April 2020 Collector magazine article Mapping the California Consumer Privacy Act.
The October issue of Collector magazine, coming soon, will also feature a report on how to determine compliance with the CCPA.
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