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The new California Privacy Rights and Enforcement Act (CPRA) compliments the existing CCPA, the California Consumer Protection Act. The California Privacy Rights and Enforcement Act establishes the first Privacy Protection Agency in the U.S. and provides consumers with a more powerful way to opt-out of collection of their data. The Act takes effect in 2023 and companies should begin planning to be ready in time and avoid enforcement sanctions. Recently, the California Department of Justice adopted new regulations under the CCPA providing consumers with new ways to opt-out of the sale of their personal information.
Please join William A. Tanenbaum, a partner at Moses & Singer LLP, and Blaze D. Waleski, a counsel at the firm, for a presentation on the new requirements and what your company should do to prepare, including changes in website privacy policies.
The topics they will cover are as follows:
- What the new California Privacy Protection Agency is and what it does [10 minutes]
- How the CPRA expands consumers’ rights by limiting a company’s uses of sensitive personal information [10 minutes]
- The scope and extension of the business-to-business exception under the CCPA by the CPRA [10 minutes]
- The expansion of businesses’ obligations regarding consumer data [10 minutes]
- The scope of the new CCPA regulations on sale of data opt-outs [10 minutes]