The California State Assembly’s Privacy and Consumer Protection Committee voted in April to advance several bills amending the California Consumer Privacy Act, opening the door to the possibility that legislative clarifications of CCPA requirements may pass this year. While these proposals still require further approval, they serve as a reminder to companies that the CCPA is coming and they need to be prepared to comply. Join the IAPP May 30 for this web conference to get the latest updates on the proposed amendments and how they affect CCPA compliance while getting a chance to compare and contrast compliance efforts against the OneTrust & IAPP CCPA Benchmarking Report. Speakers include OneTrust Director of Privacy Andrew Clearwater, CIPP/US, DLA Piper Partner Jim Halpert and Perkins Coie Partner Dominique Shelton Leipzig, CIPP/US. Editor's Note: Halpert teamed with fellow DLA Piper Partner Andrew Serwin, CIPP/C, CIPP/E, CIPP/G, CIPP/US, CIPM, on a post for Privacy Perspectives regarding the twists and turns of the CCPA class action.
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