Tag: California Consumer Privacy Act

CCPA Enforcement: Enter the AG

From the Capitol Insider blog: In this blog post, we follow along with Dominique Shelton Leipzig (Perkins Coie) as she moderates the IAPP Keynote, “CCPA...
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CPRA: If You Buy an Elephant, You’ll Also Have to Feed It

Imagine if COVID-19 never happened and I asked you whether California could afford a new multimillion dollar enforcement agency, would you agree? Now imagine...

Does the California Consumer Privacy Act Prevent Me from Checking Employees’ Temperatures?

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to affect our economy, business owners are trying their best to ensure that employees returning to the workplace are...

Amid COVID-19, Businesses Ask Attorney General for More Time to Comply with Unfinished CCPA...

While Californians struggle to shoulder the economic impacts of COVID-19, business owners are being asked to spend money and resources on compliance with new...

Initial Draft Regulations for Privacy Act Create Concerns for Businesses

The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) took effect on January 1, 2020. California businesses appreciate the intent of the CCPA to help consumers protect...

California Consumer Privacy Act — Employers Need to Be Ready January 1

Starting January 1, 2020, the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) significantly changes California’s consumer data collection rules and give consumers more control over how...
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Stayin’ Alive – Privacy Bills

Well, you can tell by the way we worked these privacy bills – we walked the halls and made time to talk – to...

New Podcast Features Discussion of Legislative Changes Needed to Fix Privacy Law

The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) is a sweeping privacy law that applies to businesses of all sizes across almost every industry.  Up on...
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Will the Real Data Regulator Please Stand Up? PLEASE stand up?!

California just passed the most robust data protection law in the country last year.  Among other things, the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) provides...

CalChamber Responds to Introduction of SB 561 (Jackson); Bill Proposes to Add Significant Costs...

SACRAMENTO, CA — The California Chamber of Commerce today issued the following statement in response to introduction of SB 561 (Jackson): “The goal of the...

Assembly Committee to Hold Hearing on Privacy Act Today

California Chamber of Commerce Policy Advocate Sarah Boot will address the Assembly Privacy and Consumer Protection Committee today at an informational hearing to discuss...

CalChamber to Participate in California Consumer Privacy Act Rulemaking Workshop Today

California Chamber of Commerce policy advocate Sarah Boot will be participating in a California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) rulemaking workshop that is being hosted...
2019 Legislative Freshman

Newly Elected State Legislators Make Debut at CalChamber Public Affairs Conference Panels Examine Mid-Terms,...

An opportunity to get better acquainted with members of the 2019 legislative freshman class was among the agenda items at the California Chamber of...
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MacTaggart Goes to Washington – What’s Next?

Unlike Europe, with its recently implemented GDPR, the United States does not have a comprehensive law to regulate the collection and use of data....

No Time to Waste on Fixing Consumer Privacy Law

AB 375 (Chau, Hertzberg), the California Consumer Privacy Act, was passed in late June to avoid a big ballot fight in November over the...
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No Time to Waste on Fixing Consumer Privacy Law

AB 375 (Chau, Hertzberg), the California Consumer Privacy Act, was passed in late June to avoid a big ballot fight in November over the...

CalChamber Announces Opposition to Pending Initiative Proposals

SACRAMENTO, CA — The California Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors has taken positions on the following initiative proposals, which have not yet qualified...

CalChamber Announces Opposition to Pending Initiative Proposals

The California Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors has taken positions on the following initiative proposals, which have not yet qualified for the ballot: ...