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Key takeaways include; - CPRA signatures were verified in June in California meaning it is guaranteed to be on the ballot - If passed, will become effective January 1, 2023 - New consumer rights including right to access - New category for sensitive data – attaches additional privacy rights - Companies should make sure that their privacy program is adaptable and iterative - It’s important to consider how internal governance and external processes need to change
The California Privacy Rights Act (CPRA), aka the "CCPA 2.0" is on track to be a part of the November 2020 general election ballot in California. Just as companies are getting ready for the July 1 CCPA enforcement deadline, this ballot initiative may bring even more challenges for privacy professionals. In this session, we will discuss what’s included in the new ballot initiative, how it differs from the CCPA, and how this law could impact organizations doing business in the state of California.
Understand what’s in the “CCPA 2.0”
Learn what the ballot initiative may mean for your business
Takeaway a roadmap and action plan for CCPA compliance today that can set your business up for success tomorrow