California Privacy Law Center
Effective 1 January 2020, Californians have new rights regarding their personal information, including the right to say "no" to the sale of their personal information.
As written, some of the compliance requirements in the California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018 (CCPA) are unclear. The California Attorney General is tasked with adopting regulations, rules, and procedures that should help to clarify how to comply in the future. Until then, a business subject to the CCPA can take the time to understand its purpose and scope. Those businesses may wish to inventory the personal information that they collect, use, and disclose, which will prepare them to take specific compliance steps once the California Attorney General or legislature provide further guidance. Over the coming year, our California Privacy Law Center will feature insights, articles, and webinars to help you navigate the legal and business implications related to CCPA. Visit regularly for updates in relation to new regulatory guidance and the unfolding scope of California Privacy obligations.