Governor Gavin Newsom Signs Amendments to the CCPA

By Hoge Fenton | 10.18.2019 | Firm Post

Last week, on October 11, Governor Newsom signed into law 7 bills amending California’s privacy legislation, 5 bills of which amend the CCPA. The 7 amendments are summarized in the chart below.

Also last week, on October 10, California’s Attorney General published the text of its proposed regulations to enforce the CCPA. Interested parties have until December 6, 2019, 5:00 p.m. PST in which to submit written comments either at public hearings, by mail or by email ( PrivacyRegulations@doj.ca.gov ).

Hoge Fenton is continuing to monitor the developments of the California Attorney General’s draft regulations to enforce the CCPA. Stay tuned for an update after December 6. Our attorneys are available to discuss how this landmark legislation and its enforcement regulations 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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