More than two years since it was passed, the California Privacy Rights Act of 2020 (‘CPRA’) has become fully operational as of January 1, 2023, introducing numerous changes to the California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018 (‘CCPA’), such as new obligations, expanded consumer rights, and the establishment of the California Privacy Protection Agency (‘CPPA’). With most of the CPRA’s provisions being applicable to personal information collected from January 1, 2022, businesses will need to review their operations to make sure they are compliant.
OneTrust DataGuidance and a panel of experts from Latham & Watkins discuss the challenges brought about by the CPRA, best practices to support businesses compliance efforts, and key dates to keep in mind.
Key takeaways include:
- An overview of the CPRA including new obligations for businesses and exemptions for select organizations
- New rights introduced including the rights for employees that will become effective
- Expected challenges and best practices to help ensure compliance
- Update and Overview of the CCPA Regulations
- Key dates and timeframes