CPPA

The California Privacy Rights Act (“CPRA”) places significant power in the hands of the California Privacy Protection Agency (“CPPA” or “Agency”) to influence the future of privacy regulation in the United States, including—perhaps most importantly—the authority to issue regulations in twenty-two specific, enumerated areas to achieve the broad objective of “further[ing] the purposes of” the

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As part of its continued preliminary rulemaking activities, the California Privacy Protection Agency (“CPPA”) will be holding stakeholder sessions Wednesday, May 4 through Friday, May 6 to provide an opportunity for stakeholders to weigh in on topics relevant to upcoming rulemaking. The Agenda for each of the sessions, which are slated to last an entire day, is available here.
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Federal Court Reaffirms State Privacy Law Not a Shield From Discovery In Federal Litigation Concerning Theft of Client Database

Privacy regulators in California and Colorado recently made announcements regarding rulemaking for their respective state privacy laws. Last week, the California Privacy Protection Agency (“CPPA”) announced that it will hold its next public meeting this Thursday, February 17, during which it will discuss updates on the rulemaking process, including a timeline. On January 28, Colorado Attorney General Phil Weiser publicly announced the intent of the Colorado Office of the Attorney General (“COAG”) to carry out rulemaking activities to implement the Colorado Privacy Act (“CPA”), providing an indication of focus areas and a rough timeline. We discuss each of these developments in further detail below.
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