The Legislature in Sacramento finished its session last Friday, Sept. 13, and will no longer be able to make changes to the California Consumer Privacy Act before it goes into effect Jan. 1, 2020. "Assuming that California Gov. Gavin Newsom signs all of these laws — he has until Oct. 13 — these amendments will leave the 'right to know' intact but make significant changes including to some of the definitions, the non-discrimination provision, and how a consumer makes a verifiable request," writes CCPA co-architect Mary Stone Ross. With a flurry of activity last week, there is a lot to keep track of, but, in this post for Privacy Perspectives, Ross provides an overview of major changes, as well as important requirements that remain unchanged.
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