Interview with Lily Li of Metaverse Law to Discuss the California Privacy Rights Act (CPRA)

Thanks to Lily Li, Data Privacy Attorney and Founder of Metaverse Law, for joining on an interview to share her insights on how businesses can prepare to comply with the California Privacy Rights Act (CPRA). The full interview can be watched here. Mike: Hi everyone, if you’ve been following data privacy at all, you’ve probably […]

CCPA: A Quick Look at Facebook’s Limited Data Use (LDU) Feature

The California Consumer Privacy Act (“CCPA”) Privacy regulations such as the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and, most recently, the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) are fundamentally shaking up existing business models for small and large business players, including major corporations. The CCPA, which has come into effect since January 1, 2020, introduces additional consumer privacy rights alongside […]

CCPA 30-Day Cure Provision

If you have been following data privacy, you probably already heard of California’s new landmark privacy law, the California Consumer Privacy Act, or CCPA. The CCPA went into effect on January 1st, 2020, and the Attorney General will begin enforcement on July 1st, 2020. Who will enforce the CCPA? One of the critical features of […]

Should Businesses Have a Separate CCPA Privacy Policy for California & Non-California Consumers?

The CCPA only provides enhanced rights and protections for consumers who are California residents. As a result, businesses with national or global customer bases must decide whether to extend the CCPA’s consumer rights and disclosure requirements to their entire customer base, including both California and Non-California residents—Or should they provide CCPA rights to only consumers […]

CCPA: New Website Accessibility Requirements

The Article in 60 Seconds The California Attorney General (“CAG”) published, in its notice of modifications to the proposed CCPA regulations, a requirement that online privacy disclosures be—reasonably accessible—to consumers with disabilities. Notably, the CAG clarified that reasonable accessibility means that businesses must comply with “generally recognized industry standards,” such as the Web Content Accessibility […]

CCPA 12-Month Look-Back Provision

We first mentioned the CCPA back in June 2018. Now everyone is finally panicking about the California Consumer Privacy Act that’s going to land in January of 2020. It’s the biggest data privacy shake-up in United States history. But why all of a sudden are companies frantically trying to gain compliance with the CCPA? Although […]

California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA)—Or should we say CDPR?

Just when you thought you could catch your breath, California, on June 28, 2018, enacted the strictest data privacy law in the United States—the California Consumer Privacy Act (“CCPA”). With striking resemblances to the GDPR, the new law will carry with it broad implications for businesses providing services to, or collecting data from, California consumers. […]

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