California Glimpses and Omissions. Draft Privacy Policy

By Cassandra Gaedt-Sheckter, Alexander Southwell and Ryan Bergsieker (July 8, 2022, 5:28 p.m. EDT) — The California Privacy Protection Agency released its highly anticipated draft regulations for the California Privacy Rights Act in late May, marking an important step towards full implementation of the most comprehensive privacy legislation in the United States

The draft regulations provide additional clarity on certain aspects of the law and insight into the agency’s priorities, while arguably adding new requirements beyond the scope of the CPRA and leaving out important regulations that businesses were eagerly waiting.

This release is the first step in a multi-part rulemaking process that extends far beyond the original goal of finalizing the rules of…

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