CCPA Second Set of Changes: What You Need To Know
March 13, 2020
The California Attorney General, Xavier Becerra, published, on 11 March 2020, the second set of modifications made to the proposed CCPA regulations (‘the Proposed Regulations’) for public comment.
Second Set of Proposed Modifications to CCPA Regulations
The second set of modifications made to the proposed CCPA regulations include some key differences in respect to definitions, notice to consumers, and the handling of consumer requests. The California Department of Justice is accepting written comments regarding the modified Proposed Regulations until March 27, 2020. Watch the 'What You Need To Know' video to learn more about the key differences in this set of modifications or download the report here, which contains a set of key takeaways related to the modifications. * The Final CCPA Regulations were approved on 14 August 2020, which provided further requirements and clarifications on the application of the CCPA. Learn more about the CCPA here.
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