Information privacy regulations are constantly evolving, and it can be difficult for businesses to keep up. That’s why it’s crucial to stay informed and take action to comply with the latest regulations and avoid potential legal issues.
In their three-part video series, information privacy attorneys Parna Mehrbani and Alexandria Wagner-Jakubiak highlight the ramifications of the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), the California Privacy Rights Act (CPRA), and upcoming legislation in other states.
In their final installment (below), Parna and Alexandria offer best practices for complying with California’s privacy laws, as well as insights into privacy legislation in Virginia, Colorado, Connecticut, and Utah. State laws like those in California are significant developments in the fight to protect consumers’ privacy and personal information. If your website is visited by residents from any of the states discussed, there is a strong chance these state laws apply to you!