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California: CPPA highlights first steps towards its rulemaking authority

The California Privacy Protection Agency ('CPPA') issued, on 25 May 2022, a statement highlighting key developments with respect to its rulemaking authority. In particular, the CPPA noted that, on 21 April 2022, the rulemaking authority under the California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018 ('CCPA') had been formally transferred to it. 

Additionally, the CPPA noted that, on 5 May 2022, the existing CCPA Final Regulations were transferred to Title 11, Division 6 of the California Code of Regulations, where, although no substantive amendments were made, this change brought the Regulations within a part of the Code of Regulations under the jurisdiction of the CPPA. 

Finally, the CPPA highlighted the informational and stakeholder sessions being held with respect to rulemaking under the California Privacy Rights Act of 2020 ('CPRA').

You can read the statement here.