Warning that “[t]here are no more excuses,” California Attorney General on August 24, announced the first public settlement under the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA). The settlement order, which the court approved on the same day, requires beauty-product retailer Sephora, Inc., to pay a $1.2 million civil penalty to resolve allegations that the company
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Webinar Replay: A Readout Of The California Privacy Protection Agency’s Draft Proposed CPRA Regulations
By Robert Cunningham & Rod Ghaemmaghami on
The spotlights of the consumer privacy world are once again on California after the new California Privacy Protection Agency made a surprise Friday night release of its draft California Privacy Rights Act (CPRA) regulations on May 27, 2002.
In this webinar in association with Mondaq, Robert Cunningham and Rod Ghaemmaghami provided observations on the…