This blog post is a bonus supplement to our quarterly Artificial Intelligence and Biometric Privacy Quarterly Review Newsletter. Be on the lookout for our Q3 Newsletter!
We are quickly approaching the Jan. 1, 2023 operative date of most of the provisions of the California Privacy Rights Act (“CPRA), which, as most of us know by now, substantially amends the CCPA. Under the CPRA, the California Privacy Protection Agency (“CPPA” or “Agency”) has a mandate to issue regulations on a number of specific topics. With just fewer than three months to go until January 1, regulations are not even close to being finalized. The Agency released the first draft of proposed regulations on May 24, and the first public comment period ended on August 23. In a meeting held by the CPPA on Friday, September 23, the Agency gave no concrete sense of timing or any comments on topics, such as those discussed in this post, for which regulations have not even been issued. This has left many businesses feeling left in the lurch, uncertain of what to do.
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