On Friday, October 11, 2019, the California Governor signed all five of the California Consumer Privacy Act amendments that were awaiting his signature (AB 25, 874, 1146, 1355, and 1564) as well as an amendment to California’s data breach law (AB 1130). We had previously written about the impact on CCPA if all five amendments went into effect here.
Companies subject to CCPA are now turning their attention to the draft regulations proposed by the California Attorney General on October 10. The Attorney General will hold public hearings on the draft regulations in four California cities during the first week of December to hear comments. Written comments will be accepted by the Attorney General until 5 PM (Pacific time) on December 6, 2019. We describe the draft regulations here.
Our other CCPA articles
Article 1: Summary of CCPA’s major provisions
Article 2: CCPA covered entities
Article 3: CCPA definition of personal information
Article 4: CCPA disclosure requirements
Article 5: CCPA “Right to Deletion”
Article 14: CCPA: “Wait and see” is not the right approach
Article 17: California Governor Signs All 5 CCPA Amendments
Article 19: Privacy Officers’ New Year’s Resolutions
Article 20: State of the Untion: CCPA and beyond in 2020