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Happy “Labor …” More Privacy Rights for Employees: California Legislature Closes Session Without Extending Employee and B2B Data Exemptions Under the CCPA

As summer nears its end, uncertainty and complexity lie ahead for many companies as they evaluate how to operationalize compliance with the California Privacy Rights Act (CPRA), existing California employment laws and potentially the passage of a federal privacy law, the American Data Protection and Privacy Act, H.R. 8152 (ADPPA), that may preempt some but … Continue Reading

California Privacy Protection Agency Released Proposed CPRA Regulations

The California Privacy Protection Agency (the “Agency”) released draft regulations to the California Privacy Rights Act (“CPRA”) on May 31, 2022 (the “Proposed Regulations”). The Proposed Regulations are drafted as comments to the California Attorney General’s regulations for the California Consumer Privacy Act, California’s landmark privacy law, which was amended by CPRA.… Continue Reading
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