The California Privacy Rights Act is expected to be on the California ballot in November. If adopted, the CPRA would replace the California Consumer Privacy Act, which entered into force earlier this year. The CPRA is an omnibus data protection law, modeled on the EU General Data Protection Regulation, and would create a much broader set of privacy rights and obligations than the CCPA. In this piece for Privacy Tracker, IAPP Research Director Caitlin Fennessy, CIPP/US, lists the top-10 most impactful provisions of the CPRA. Editor's note: An infographic of the top-10 most impact CPRA provisions can be found in the IAPP Resource Center.
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