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California Follows Vermont, Requires Data Broker Registration

Joining Vermont, California will now require data brokers to register with the California Attorney General. The law was signed October 11, 2019. It applies to companies that “knowingly” collect and sell personal information about consumers with whom they do not have a “direct relationship.” They must register with the AG by January 31, 2020.… Continue Reading

Proposed CCPA Regs Released, Comments Due Dec. 6

The California attorney general has released draft regulations for CCPA, giving companies further guidance on a variety of topics. The regulations are in draft, and comments are due to the attorney general’s office by December 6, 2019. The AGs office will also be holding a series of hearings across the state, on December 2 (Sacramento), … Continue Reading

Modifications Under CCPA To Receipt of Consumer Requests

One of the CCPA amendments that has gone to the governor’s desk is AB 1564, which addresses the methods companies must make available to consumers to exercise their rights under CCPA. Businesses which operate exclusively online and have direct relationships with their consumers can (1) provide an email address for consumers to submit requests, and (2) … Continue Reading

What To Do About Employees Under CCPA: An Update

One of the amendments we’ve been watching over the past months is one that impacts rights of employees —both the company’s and other company’s employees. Under AB25, which passed the California Senate and is now awaiting governor signature, companies will be (for a year) exempted from providing current and former employees, job applicants, and contractors … Continue Reading

Brazil’s New Privacy Law One Year Away

Global corporations will soon have another privacy law acronym to address. In one year (August 2020), Brazil will join the fray with its own general privacy law, the Lei Geral de Proteção de Dados Pessaoais (General Data Privacy Law or LGPD). The law was passed in 2018, and is set to go into effect a … Continue Reading

Like a Butterfly, Will the CCPA Continue to Evolve?

California legislators have passed many bills to amend the California Consumer Protection Act since the law was passed. Last week there was significant developments in the status of those bills, as we reported. In addition to dropping the concept of a private right of action for non-breach matters, there are other key things to keep in mind. Some are … Continue Reading

Ding Dong the CCPA Private Right of Action is (Mostly) Dead!

Whether your favorite movie is The Wizard of Oz or The Princess Bride, we can all agree there is some good news about the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) this Friday afternoon! SB 561 appears to have (mostly) died in the Senate Appropriations Committee during a hearing held yesterday. While the act as originally drafted … Continue Reading

Washington State’s Comprehensive Privacy Law Bill Continues to Navigate Through State Legislature

The Washington Privacy Act (SB 5376) is making its way through that state’s House after gaining nearly unanimous approval in the state Senate just weeks after being introduced. This bill promises to overhaul how Washington protects the personal information of its residents. The proposed Act closely mirrors the California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018 (CCPA) … Continue Reading

Will CCPA’s Definition of Consumer Be Narrowed?

In response to the concern of many that the definition of consumer is so broad as to cover employees, a bill has been introduced in California to exclude employees from the scope of CCPA. As those who have been following CCPA are aware, the definition of “consumer” is extremely broad. Under the proposal, amended on … Continue Reading

2019 is the Year of . . . CCPA?

Everyone who has been paying attention to privacy news knows that January 1, 2020 is the implementation date of the California Consumer Protection Act, and July 1, 2020 is the current deadline for enforcement to begin. July 2020 is also the current deadline for the California AG to implement regulations under CCPA. Read more about the … Continue Reading

The California Consumer Privacy Law (CCPA) Is Coming: What Should Your Company Do Now?

As has been widely reported, California’s new privacy regime entitled the California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018, or CCPA, is set to come into effect on January 1, 2020. The law constitutes an expansion beyond California’s existing privacy laws, in particular California’s existing Shine the Light Law and the California Online Privacy Protection Act. Various … Continue Reading
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