6 Changes In California's New Draft Privacy Regulations

Law360 (March 2, 2020, 4:06 PM EST) -- On Feb. 7, the California Attorney General's Office released modified California Consumer Privacy Act draft regulations, revising the initial October 2019 draft regulations. The attorney general subsequently issued a further revised draft [1] on Feb. 10.

While the redlined changes and practical ramifications are many, below we briefly summarize a few notable modifications that illustrate the impacts of the proposed changes relative to the October version and what may be on the horizon. The comment period for the revised draft regulations closed on Feb. 25.

As has become familiar to companies impacted by the CCPA and the prior draft regulations, certain...

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