The new California privacy regulator (CPPA) has completed the first set of implementing rules to help businesses comply with the CPRA. The rules were due last summer, but delayed due to staffing shortages and other start-up issues with the new agency. The rules are expected to take effect in April, per the agency, which will begin enforcement of them in July. More rules will be issued later on additional topics; this is only the first set of regulations the agency will issue.
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