The California State Attorney General (AG) has released proposed regulations relating to the January 1, 2020 implementation of the sweeping California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), as we’ve reported. [See also our article on verifying identities of consumers making data-related requests.] While the AG is soliciting public comment before finalizing the regulations, he’s made it clear that the gap between effectiveness and enforceability is not a safe harbor. Thus, companies doing business in California or with California customers should treat these regulations as an enforceable extension of the CCPA.
There are four key areas of particular interest in these proposed regulations related to notice requirements:
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