California: CPPA announces registrations for stakeholder sessions on CPRA rulemaking
The California Privacy Protection Agency ('CPPA') announced, on 13 April 2022, that it will hold stakeholder sessions from 4 May 2022, to provide relevant stakeholders with an opportunity to contribute feedback on topics with regard to the upcoming rulemaking on the California Privacy Rights Act of 2020 ('CPRA').
Registration for the stakeholder sessions must be concluded by 22 April 2022 by completing the online Stakeholder Session Request Form.
You can read details on registration for the stakeholder sessions here.
UPDATE (10 May 2022)
Statements from EPIC and NAI for their contribution to CPPA's Stakeholder Session
The Network Advertising Initiative ('NAI') published, on 6 May 2022, its prepared remarks for the CPPA Stakeholder Session. In particular, the NAI urged the CPPA to seek a collaborative approach in implementing regulations, to work with other states to harmonise legal requirements, and to engage in dialogue with other state enforcement agencies to achieve a consistent implementation of such requirements. Also, the NAI offered recommendations for implementation of the CPRA's opt-out signals requirements.
The Electronic Privacy Information Center ('EPIC') issued, on 9 May 2022, a statement regarding the advice it provided to the CPPA during the stakeholder sessions. In particular, EPIC's contribution focused on automated decision-making technologies, privacy risk assessments, and emergency data access requests.