The Hogan Lovells Privacy and Cybersecurity team provided an important California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) update on the much-anticipated proposed CCPA regulations released on Tuesday, 15 August 2019 by the California Attorney General.

While the proposed regulations may change, including based on public input, they provide valuable signals of how the California Attorney General may ultimately approach a wide array of CCPA requirements.

The Hogan Lovells team discussed the proposed requirements and how they would impact privacy notices, individual rights, financial incentive programs, and contracting strategies. They also discussed steps you can take to develop reasonable and defensible CCPA compliance strategies by 1 January 2020, along with several areas where businesses may want to provide comments to the Attorney General based on practical business realities.

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