On August 14, the California Attorney General announced that the CCPA Regulations had been officially approved by the Office of Administrative Law. The Attorney General also noted that the Final Regulations would immediately go into effect.   

These Final Regulations included several revisions to the submitted version, such as:  

Non-substantive changes include language surrounding minors; instead of using the terms “children” and “minor,” the Final Regulations uses the terms “consumers under 13” and “consumers under 16.”     

While the CCPA Final Regulations have been approved, there are still changes to look out for in the future, such as the CPRA.  

To learn more about the Final CCPA Regulations and what they mean for your organization, register for the webinar: What the Final CCPA Regulations Mean for Your Business on September 1 at 1:00 pm ET, 10:00 am PT.