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Election Day 2020 may go down in history for the election of a new President, but already stretched corporate privacy departments will likely also remember it as the day voters approved the new California Privacy Rights Act (CPRA). Building upon the California Consumer Privacy Act, the CPRA introduces new standards for data classification, sharing restrictions, disclosure requirements, and more. Enforcement of these laws will be a priority, with the newly-created California Privacy Protection Agency charged with ensuring that impacted businesses comply.
Get ahead of the curve with Mac Murray & Shuster attorneys Nick Whisler and Josh Stevens. Join us for an informative discussion of the CPRA’s most impactful provisions, timelines for implementation, and how you can reduce enforcement risk.Learn More »