Tag Archives: CCPA

Sharpen your pencils: California AG’s Office announces start of its important CCPA pre-rulemaking, schedule for its important CCPA rules

Businesses have until March 8 to file comments in an important pre-rulemaking proceeding for a critical California AG rulemaking that will clarify the requirements of the CCPA. The California AG will most likely not enforce the CCPA privacy requirements until July 1, 2020. As we have written before, the CCPA is both a landmark privacy … Continue Reading

California Consumer Privacy Act: what’s new for retailers?

By Carol A. F. Umhoefer, Jim Halpert, Jennifer M. Kashatus and Andrew A. Kingman The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), adopted last summer, brings to California residents GDPR-like privacy rights, such as rights of access, information and deletion, and institutes statutory damage class actions for most data security breaches. Click here to read the full article.… Continue Reading
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