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10 results for: ccpa
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The Attorney General of California last week approved relatively minor changes to the implementing regulations for the CCPA.  The AG also...
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The timing of a cyber attack may matter in assessing legal liability: a federal judge in California has dismissed a potential privacy...
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Virginia is close to becoming the second state to pass a privacy law protecting state residents.  The Virginia Consumer Data Protection...
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2021 may be the year that privacy legislation explodes across the US.  Already, several states including New York, Virginia, and...
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Many businesses devoted substantial resources to privacy compliance in 2020, thanks to the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA).  They...
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Many businesses devoted substantial resources to privacy compliance in 2020, thanks to the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA).  They...
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Earlier this summer, the Attorney General of California issued draft regulations to clarify and expand certain parts of the California...
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July 1 has arrived, which means that the California Attorney General (AG) may now enforce the state’s recently-enacted privacy statute,...
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California’s new privacy rules, the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), took effect early this year.  The CCPA is the state’s effort...
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Full implementation for the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) continues to be a piecemeal affair. The California Attorney General...