Navigating the Consumer Data Privacy Minefield: CCPA Compliance, Enforcement, and the Final Regulations
 

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The CCPA covers any company doing business in California with one of the following: (i) gross revenue exceeding $25 million annually; (ii) collects the PI of 50,000 or more people, households, or devices; or (iii) makes half of its annual revenue from selling PI.

The CCPA has been in effect for six months now, but with the long-anticipated July 1 enforcement date fast approaching, the California Attorney General’s release of the final proposed regulations on June 2, and the emergence of the first lawsuits filed against businesses based on the CCPA, businesses’ questions still abound.

  • “We have a privacy policy; now what?” 
  • “Are we in compliance?” 
  • “What are the potential risks and consequences of non-compliance?” 
  • “What about my employees; aren’t they exempt?” 
  • “How do I respond to a consumer request under the CCPA?” 
  • “How do I verify a requesting consumer’s identity?” 
  • “Do I have to honor a consumer’s request to delete?” 

Join data privacy lawyer and Atkinson Andelson partner Brian Wheeler for answers to common questions businesses still have about the CCPA, their obligations, and the enforcement mechanisms.


California is the world’s fifth largest economy, giving the CCPA broad coverage.  Businesses of all sizes and industry need to be aware of the CCPA and its requirements.

The CCPA gives California residents the right:

  • to know what personal information (PI) is collected about them;
  • to know if their PI is shared or sold and to whom;
  • to prohibit the sale of their PI;
  • to access their PI; 
  • to have their PI deleted; and
  • to not be discriminated against for exercising their rights.

 

 As a reminder, the CCPA statute becomes enforceable on July 1, 2020. 

 


Program Length: 50 Minutes

Meet The Presenter:

Brian Wheeler is a Partner with Atkinson, Andelson, Loya, Ruud & Romo and leads the Intellectual Property and Data Security & Privacy team. His area of practice focuses on Business & Commercial Litigation, Class Action Defense, data security and privacy, and high-stakes complex commercial litigation and white collar defense and investigations. 

Mr. Wheeler’s data security and privacy practice focuses on CCPA compliance and litigation. 

 

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