California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018 – Amendment Tracker

By Hoge Fenton | 10.4.2019 | Firm Post

The California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018 (“CCPA”) goes into effect in three months on January 1, 2020, but there are seven amendment bills still in process. The passage of each of these amendments will have significant impact on whether businesses will be subject to the CCPA and, if so, how those businesses should implement new policies and processes in an effort to comply with this law. As we approach the end of this legislative session, seven of these amendments are still in play, and four are now dead.

The table below provides the status of each amendment as of September 18, 2019.

[Note that October 13, 2019 is the last day for the governor to sign or veto bills that survived the Senate]

The following amendments are dead for this legislative session:

Hoge Fenton is monitoring these CCPA Amendments. Our attorneys are available to discuss how this landmark legislation and its amendments affect businesses handling the personal data of California consumers.

For questions regarding CCPA or any other privacy laws and regulations, please contact Stephanie O. Sparks, Shareholder, Chair – Privacy & Data Security and IP.

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