The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) was the first state data privacy law in the United States. In 2023, three years after the CCPA went into effect, it is now joined by increasing state privacy regulations and data privacy oversight measures from federal regulators. Yet, in its short lifespan, the CCPA has already come a long way, with its most significant development, the California Privacy Rights Act (CPRA), going into effect this year.
- Attorneys advising clients potentially covered under the CCPA will find looking at the key CCPA amendments, shifts in enforcement authority, cases in 2022, and what to look forward to in 2023 an essential tool to their practice.
- Technology experts and executives will find this comprehensive introduction to the pioneering privacy regulation and its most recent developments a valuable guide for understanding its reach and impact on organizations. This knowledge will help technology professionals further the conversation with counsel.
In this seminar, our expert panelists provide an overview of the CCPA. They discuss the new and existing consumer rights under the CCPA, introducing the CPRA’s most critical amendments introduced in 2022, including the extension of covered businesses under the CCPA and the expanded definition of personal data. Our speakers discuss the role of the newly instituted California Privacy Protection Agency (CPPA) and additional CPRA amendments before concluding with what to expect with CCPA developments in 2023 and recommendations going forward.
Topics covered in this webinar:
- Overview of the California Consumer Privacy Act
- CCPA Expansion: CPRA
- What Lies Ahead and 2023 Recommendations
Daniel B. Garrie, Esq. – Founder, Law & Forensics; Neutral, JAMS; Faculty, Harvard
Mark Mermelstein – Partner, Holmes Taylor Athey Cowan Mermelstein & Jones LLP
Jeewon Serrato – Partner, BakerHostetler
Melanie Phillips – Cybersecurity Associate, Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe LLP