Tag Archives: California Consumer Privacy Act

State Privacy Laws Have the Potential to Haunt Industry

With less than two months until it goes into effect, many practitioners are focused on bringing their programs into compliance with the California Consumer Protection Act (“CCPA”) by January 1, 2020.  But the rapid pace of privacy legal developments could continue next year.  This past year, five states established studies or task forces to study … Continue Reading

IAPP: ‘Sale’ Under CCPA May Not Be as Scary as You Think

As the effective date of the California Consumer Privacy Act looms closer, companies are grappling with the significance of the law and its definitions. One defined term in particular, “sale,” has sparked heated debate between industry and consumer advocates, and even within the legal profession. While much has been said about this term, more needs … Continue Reading

California Legislature Passes CCPA Amendments and Privacy Bills

Last week, after months of negotiation and speculation, the California legislature passed bills amending the California Consumer Privacy Act (“CCPA”).  This marked the last round of CCPA amendments before the legislature adjourned for the year—and before the CCPA takes effect on January 1, 2020.  California Governor Gavin Newsom has until October 13 to sign the … Continue Reading

Nevada’s New Consumer Privacy Law Departs Significantly From The California CCPA

On May 29, 2019, the Governor of Nevada signed into law Senate Bill 220 (“SB 220”), an act relating to Internet privacy and amending Nevada’s existing law requiring websites and online services to post a privacy notice.  In short, Nevada’s law will require operators of Internet websites and online services to follow a consumer’s direction … Continue Reading
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