The CCPA grants the California Attorney General (AG) the authority to enforce the CCPA starting on July 1, 2020.  Last month, the AG confirmed no intention to delay that enforcement date due to the COVID-19 pandemic, despite mounting industry pressure.The CCPA grants the California Attorney General (AG) the authority to enforce the CCPA starting on July 1, 2020.  Last month, the AG confirmed no intention to delay that enforcement date due to the COVID-19 pandemic, despite mounting industry pressure.

Even if enforcement begins July 1st, companies must contend with another glaring obstacle:

Effective March 21, 2020, the New York SHIELD Act imposes data security requirements on most businesses that own or license computerized data that includes the “private information” (defined below) of New York residents. In sum, such businesses must develop, implement, and maintain reasonable safeguards to protect the security, confidentiality, and integrity of that private information.

Data is helping governments, researchers, and companies across the world track the spread of the novel coronavirus, monitor cases and outcomes of COVID-19, and devise ways to halt the virus’s spread.  As part of these efforts, raw data, software tools, data visualizations, and other efforts are providing the public and policymakers with insights into the

Over the past few weeks, my colleagues have discussed some of the considerations for marketing around COVID-19, including claim substantiation and price gouging. In the next few posts, we are going to take a deeper dive into a few topics, beginning with telemarketing. Here are some points to keep in mind:

States of Emergency

 California Attorney General (AG) released third draft of proposed CCPA regulationsOn Wednesday, the California Attorney General (AG) released a third draft of proposed CCPA regulations for public comment.  The draft contains a series of technical corrections, along with a handful of substantive incremental modifications to the prior draft.  The limited number of changes signals that the rulemaking process is reaching an end.

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On Friday, California Attorney General Xavier Becerra released proposed modifications to the formerly-released draft regulations implementing the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA). The modifications reflect the Attorney General’s response to public comments issued in response to the draft regulations and arguably represent a rollback of key provisions previously proposed.

The modifications impose a number of

As we mark Data Privacy Day, today is a good time to take stock of where U.S. privacy legislation stands in relation to the developments of the past few years.  In less than two years, the GDPR and the CCPA became the most comprehensive privacy laws in effect, granting individuals extensive rights over their information,

The California Attorney General unveiled its data broker registry on Monday.  On or before January 31st, companies qualifying as a “data broker” based on the prior year’s activities are required to register their name and contact information with the Attorney General and may provide a statement concerning their data collection practices.  A