California Privacy Rights Act

California’s Next Privacy Battle

With the regulations for the California Consumer Privacy Act (CaCPA) still yet to finalized, a new sweeping amendment is likely to be on the November ballot. Mactaggart Returns In 2017, San Francisco Bay area housing developer Alastair Mactaggart launched Californians for Consumer Privacy and qualified the CaCPA for the November 2018 ballot.  As drafted, CaCPA…

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AG Won’t Postpone CaCPA Enforcement Date Due to COVID-19, Unfinished Regs

The California Consumer Privacy Act (CaCPA), which was signed by then-Governor Jerry Brown on September 23, 2018, contains three key dates relating to compliance and enforcement. The first is the effective date – January 1, 2020. CaCPA created a separate date for when enforcement could begin by the Attorney General which was “six months after…

CaCPA as Amended: A Dozen Things to Know

(1) The Law Was Passed in Seven Days In May 2017, AB 375 (California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018) (“CaCPA”) passed the Assembly only to be placed on inactive status in September 2017. In the interim, San Francisco Bay area housing developer Alastair Mactaggart launched Californians for Consumer Privacy and qualified the CaCPA for the November 2018 ballot. …