On June 1, 2020, the California Attorney General submitted the final version of the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) Regulations to the Office of Administrative Law (OAL). The OAL is the office that ensures that agency regulations are “clear, necessary, legally valid, and available to the public.” Notably, the Final Regulations show no substantive changes from the Second Modified Regulations. Information about the Second Modified Regulations can be found here.

The OAL has thirty working days to review and approve or disapprove of the regulations. The California Attorney General has also submitted a request for OAL to expedite the review of the Final Regulations, in order to ensure that enforcement can take place beginning July 1, 2020. Notably, if the OAL does not approve of the regulations, the California Attorney General’s office will have to revise and resubmit the Regulations, and, if appropriate, make the changes available for public comment.

If you’d like to learn more about the AG’s final CCPA Regulations register for our webinar: Final CCPA Regulations Submitted: What the California Attorney General Included.

OneTrust is the industry leader in privacy management software. To learn how we can help your business comply with the CCPA, visit OneTrust.com/CCPA-Compliance.