Seven amendments to the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) are one step closer to becoming law after the California Senate Committee on the Judiciary voted to advance the legislation earlier this month.

The bills now head to the Committee on Appropriations for a vote next month, followed by a vote of the full Senate.  The

On a new episode of the Ad Law Access PodcastAlex Schneider discusses the recently approved (four) bills to amend the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) and the Nevada and Maine Legislatures legislation that, like the CCPA, features new requirements relating to the sale of consumer personal data.

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While businesses rightfully have been focused on preparing for the California Consumer Privacy Act (“CCPA”), the Nevada and Maine Legislatures have moved forward with legislation that, like the CCPA, features new requirements relating to the sale of consumer personal data. The Nevada bill, which was signed into law on May 29 and amends an existing

On April 23, the California Assembly’s Committee on Privacy and Consumer Protection held a hearing to discuss a number of proposed amendments to the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA).  Here are some of the key bills the Committee voted to move forward:

On Tuesday, the California Senate Judiciary Committee will hold a hearing to discuss SB-753, which, if adopted, would carve out from the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA)’s definition of “sale” certain data sharing for purposes of delivering advertising. As we’ve previously noted, the CCPA is intended to afford consumers the right to know

In June of this year, California passed the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) giving California residents specific rights related to their online privacy, similar to those proscribed by GDPR. The law was passed hastily to avoid a stricter ballot measure on the subject, but Governor Brown recently signed a bill amending the law.

Many

Recently, Health Canada released guidance to help companies understand their reporting obligations under section 14 of the Canada Consumer Product Safety Act, which requires that sellers, distributors, importers, and manufacturers report after becoming aware of any health or safety incident involving a consumer product. Notably, the guidance clarifies (1) what constitutes a reportable “incident,” (2)