What to Expect From the CPRA – California’s New Proposed Privacy Law

The CCPA has been in effect for less than a year, with final regulations barely three months old, but, in just a few weeks, California voters are likely to approve a ballot proposal that makes significant changes to the CCPA and creates a new enforcement agency. In a recent webinar, Mayer Brown attorneys discussed the final regulations under the CCPA, the genesis of the latest ballot proposal and how that ballot proposal, if adopted, will change California’s consumer data privacy regime. See “Implementing the CCPA Regulations: Are You Ready?” (Sep. 9, 2020).

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