On Monday, the Californians for Consumer Privacy announced it gathered more than 900,000 signatures to qualify the California Consumer Privacy Rights Act for the November 2020 ballot.
Analysis: The 'good' and 'bad' news for CCPA-regulated business
In this exclusive for Privacy Tracker, DLA Piper's Jim Halpert, Lael Bellamy, CIPP/US, and Marco Berrios examine the CPRA and list the "good" and "bad" news for CCPA-regulated businesses. "Early polling strongly suggests that if the CPRA — aka CCPA 2.0 — is certified for the ballot, it will pass and become effective Jan. 1, 2023, and move California privacy law a bit further in the direction of the EU General Data Protection Regulation," they write.
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