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Here We Go Again: New Consumer Privacy Law Passed in California Through Ballot Initiative

If you’ve been craving consistency and finality in the data privacy regulatory landscape after learning that the “final” regulations of the CCPA are…

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Fifth Time’s the Charm? Overview of the Latest Proposed CCPA Regulation Modifications

Last week, the California Office of the Attorney General (“OAG”) released another set of proposed modifications to its CCPA regulations, which makes five versions of…

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Final CCPA Regulations Are Approved and Effective Immediately

In what has become a pattern for the timing of California Consumer Privacy Act (“CCPA”) developments, late last Friday afternoon the California Office of Administrative…

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Final CCPA Regs Are Finally Here, Effective Date is Unclear

On June 1, the Office of the California Attorney General submitted its final proposed CCPA regulations package to the California Office…

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Zoom and Gloom: Early CCPA Lawsuits Against Zoom Seek to Expand Private Right of Action

Although we are still a little less than two months away from CCPA enforcement by the California Attorney General, the CCPA’s private right of action…

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