Chief Privacy Officers still must grapple with significant uncertainties about what exactly the California Consumer Privacy Act (the CCPA) requires.
The confusing status of the just-released, not yet reviewed final regulations; the potential impact of the California Privacy Rights Act initiative, which could significantly change the CCPA; and Congressional inability to forge consensus on a federal privacy law all mean that compliance with the CCPA is, for now, a moving target.
In this uncertain, shifting environment, what is a Chief Privacy Officer to do?
In this article for CPO Magazine, we take a quick look at the current situation and then review some action steps for CPOs to consider in the days ahead.
The author wishes to thank Lael Bellamy and Kate Lucente for their contributions to this article.