Businesses nationwide finally have clarity on their compliance obligations under the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), as the landmark privacy law’s implementing regulations were finalized in August after a few last changes worth noting, and the Governor just signed two important CCPA amendments. With enforcement underway, business leaders should continue to focus on compliance — while also monitoring the progress of the California Privacy Rights and Enforcement Act, a 2020 ballot initiative that could soon become the next sweeping privacy law.
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