If your business has a website, there is a strong chance you will be affected by new and upcoming regulatory changes concerning policies and practices in the collection, storage, and use of website users’ personal information.
In a 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 legislation getting passed in other states. In their first video, Parna and Alexandria give an overview of the CCPA. For their second installment, the two discuss below the practical effects of the California Privacy Rights Act, which went into effect January 1, 2023.
The CCPA and CPRA are significant milestones in the fight for consumer privacy in the collection and handling of personal information. Enforcement of the CPRA begins July 1, 2023. If your company has a website, even outside California, these acts could apply to you!
Watch part three, Complying with State Privacy Laws, of our video series.