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Daily Dashboard | IAPP releases new edition of 'California Privacy Law' Related reading: European Commission expected to unveil Digital Services Act in December

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No doubt, privacy is front and center in the state of California in 2020. Earlier this year, the California Consumer Privacy Act went into effect, the state attorney general issued final regulations for the CCPA, and residents voted to pass the California Privacy Rights Act Nov. 3. With this flurry of activity, the IAPP is releasing the fourth edition of "California Privacy Law" by Baker McKenzie Partner Lothar Determann. This book — available in both print and digital formats — provides businesses, attorneys, privacy officers and other professionals with practical guidance on California's strict privacy laws. 

Data brokers: A sneak preview of the 4th edition
In a flurry of bills relating to the CCPA, the state Legislature also enacted a new law that went into effect Jan. 1, according to which data brokers must register with the California attorney general. In this sneak preview of the book, Determann analyzes the scope of the law and offers guidance on how to comply. 
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