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The California Consumer Privacy Act – A New Frontier for Data Privacy in the United States (Update)


Created on March 10, 2020




Following closely on the heels of the European Union's GDPR, the California Consumer Privacy Act – or "CCPA" – is the newest iteration of data privacy rules proliferating around the world. After years of high-profile privacy scandals and as more companies become victims of cybercrime, lawmakers are responding by adopting robust rules that protect the personal information that consumers entrust to a wide range of businesses every day.

This program, presented by Elizabeth Del Cid, Joseph Facciponti, and Shahryar Shaghaghi, will detail the origins, applicability, and requirements of the CCPA, as well as practical compliance considerations. Given the wide applicability of the CPPA to businesses both inside and outside of California, this course will benefit attorneys nationwide.

Learning Objectives:

  1. Identify the requirements of the CCPA and what they mean for businesses – both inside and outside of California
  2. Analyze the latest updates and amendments to the CCPA, including the California Attorney General's proposed regulations and a potential new ballot initiatives
  3. Examine how the CCPA compares to other data privacy regimes, including the EU's GDPR
  4. Develop practical strategies to ensure compliance with the CCPA in 2020

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