The California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018 (CCPA) and the California Privacy Rights Act of 2020 (CPRA) are the most comprehensive privacy rights laws passed in any state — and are widely viewed as potential models for future privacy laws. In this episode of the Faegre Drinker on Law and Technology Podcast, host Jason G. Weiss sits down with former Faegre Drinker associate Michael Jaeger, an authority on the California privacy landscape, to take a deeper look at these sweeping laws, how they are being enforced and the effect they have had on impacted businesses.
The conversation tackles a number of questions, including:
- What do the CCPA and CPRA protect? What are the core components of the laws?
- How did the passage of the CPRA affect compliance obligations? When does the CPRA go into effect?
- What lawsuits have been brought under the CCPA? What can businesses learn from them?
- How would you describe the California attorney general’s approach to enforcing the CCPA?
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