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In this episode of Connect On Tech, your host Brian Hengesbaugh is joined by Lothar Determann, a partner in Baker McKenzie’s Palo Alto office. Lothar and Brian discuss the finalization of the California Consumer Privacy Act. You can expect to hear: Lothar’s predictions for timing and substance of the final CCPA regulationsAspects of the draft regulation that may pose issues as standsPotential new privacy legislation to come from California in the future https://open.spotify.com/episode/6DgZ1KgqBwVLrnN3ex105Y Related Resources…

On March 11, 2020, the California Attorney General released another set of revisions to the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) draft implementing regulations. The regulations are not yet finalized (a public comment period for this most recent version is open until March 27, 2020), but below we highlight key changes and takeaways for businesses under the latest version of the regulations. Note that this round of revisions to the regulations largely consist of updates to…

As of February 15th, twelve other states (in addition to California and Nevada) have either released new or revived old data privacy and protection bills that did not pass during last year’s legislative sessions. Through a four part video series, Global Chair of Data Privacy & Security Brian Hengesbaugh breaks down the need-to-know information for B2B businesses, including what companies could be considering now to prepare. Part one serves as an introduction, addressing the importance of the…

Now that the California Consumer Privacy Act is in effect, it is imperative to consider the potential litigation risks that many companies are likely to face as a result of the new law. While many commentators have analyzed the CCPA’s express private right of action for data breaches that occur in the absence of reasonable security measures, it’s important to note that class litigation may be used in an attempt to privately enforce the other…

On February 7, 2020, the California Attorney General released its revised draft implementing regulations for the California Consumer Privacy Act. The revised regulations are not yet final. The California AG will accept written comments regarding the updated regulations until 5:00 pm (PST) on Tuesday, February 25, 2020. The following is a high-level overview of the key new requirements under the updated regulations that are important for businesses to consider in connection with their CCPA compliance…

Along with changes brought by the CCPA, companies should be aware of other important privacy developments that went into effect in early 2020.  Notable changes to data breach notification laws in California, Illinois, Oregon, and Texas promise to have a significant impact on businesses experiencing security incidents and signal a movement towards stricter and more demanding requirements in this space.    California Amends Definition of Personal Information for Breach Notification         The definition of personal information…

In this episode of Connect On Tech, your host Brian Hengesbaugh is joined by Teresa Michaud, a partner in Baker McKenzie’s Los Angeles office. Together they will discuss the possible private litigation that may arise as a result of the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA). Tune in to learn: What clients are calling “the scariest aspect” of the CCPAHow class action plaintiffs might bring suit outside of the data breach contextTeresa’s practical tips for how…

In the flurry of bills relating to the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), the California Legislature also enacted a law requiring data brokers to register, following a similar (but not identical) law in Vermont (see, https://iapp.org/news/a/analysis-vermonts-data-broker-regulation/) and attention by Congress, the FTC and advocates to data brokers in prior years (https://iapp.org/news/a/ftc-calls-for-legislative-action-to-regulate-data-brokers/). California lawmakers placed the broker law right before CCPA in the California Civil Code and clarified in Cal. Civ. Code §1798.99.88 that “Nothing ……

Joining this episode of Connect on Tech is Brandon Moseberry, a partner in Baker McKenzie’s Chicago office. Brandon will discuss cookies and trackers, a critical, complex issue. In this episode, you will hear: What cookies and trackers are and how they workWhether the usage of these cookies and trackers constitute a sale under the CCPABrandon’s predictions on further developments and solutions, as well as his tips on how companies should tackle this issue https://open.spotify.com/episode/3bH4DQCueXySQkOOqUbK9R

What does this mean for covered businesses? Two important privacy law developments took place last week in California. On 10 October 2019, the California Attorney General (AG) published its proposed regulations under the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), and on 11 October 2019, Governor Gavin Newsom signed several bills that were passed in mid-September amending the CCPA (click here for a summary of those amendments). In this alert, we summarize some of the key requirements…