California Consumer Privacy Act

The California Attorney General’s Office recently released a fourth set of proposed regulatory modifications to the California Consumer Privacy Act (the “CCPA”).

As background, the Attorney General’s Office had only just recently given notice of a third set of modifications on October 12, 2020.  The third set of modifications revised the regulations relating to the

New proposed legislation in California, backed by state Attorney General (“AG”) Xavier Becerra, would amend the new California Consumer Privacy Act (“CCPA”) to make it easier for private plaintiffs and public officials to sue for violations while further increasing regulatory uncertainty and compliance costs for businesses. Specifically, SB 561 would expand the CCPA’s private right

Less than three months after California passed the California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018 (CCPA), Governor Jerry Brown signed SB 1121 this week, making a number of technical and substantive changes to the law.

Of particular note: SB 1121 modifies the financial institution carve-out language in CCPA section 1798.145(e). While the change is a welcome