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Summer Heat Calls for a Refresher on California’s Consumer Privacy Law

May 24, 2022

While we anticipate a rulemaking update from the California Privacy Protection Agency soon (on the agenda for their May 26th board meeting), get a refresher from this state Q&A practice note covering the key requirements of comprehensive consumer data privacy legislation in California, including California Privacy Rights Act (CPRA) amendments to the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), Cal. Civ. Code § 1798.100 et seq. It answers questions as to effective dates, covered entities, exemptions, definitions of key terms, consumer rights, controller/processor obligations, required methods for customer requests and controller responses, and enforcement measures. This California content and content from other U.S. states can also be found in the State Law Comparison Tool.

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