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California: Assembly bill introduced to amend CCPA exemptions by extension of date for expiry

Assembly Bill ('AB') 2891 for An act to amend Section 1798.145 of the Civil Code, relating to privacy in relation to the California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018 ('CCPA') was introduced, on 18 February 2022, to the State Assembly. In particular, the bill would amend certain exemptions currently provided for under the CCPA and which were due to expire on 1 January 2023 per an amendment by the California Privacy Rights Act of 2020 ('CPRA') by amending the date of 1 January 2023 to 1 January 2026.

A similar bill, AB 2871, was also introduced in the State Assembly on 18 February 2022, and which also aims to amend the date of expiry of certain exemptions under the CCPA to an indefinite period with the removal of a date entirely.

You can read the bill and track its progress here.