Modified CCPA regulations released—comments due February 25 (updated)

On Friday, February 7, 2020, the California Attorney General (CA AG) released notice of changes to the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) draft regulations. Initial draft regulations were published for public comment on October 11, 2019 (as previously covered by Hogan Lovells here).

Public comments on these modified draft CCPA regulations will be accepted by the CA AG until Monday, February 25, 2020, at 5 pm PST.

Redline and clean versions of the modified regulations, along with documents and other information the CA AG relied upon in modifying the draft regulations and the initial proposed regulations, are available on the CA AG’s CCPA website.

Editor’s note: This post was updated to reflect the CA AG’s publication of an additional change (see § 999.317(g)) on February 10, 2020. With this change, the original deadline for public comments was delayed from February 24 until 5 pm PST on Tuesday, February 25, 2020. The links in this post have been updated to reflect the CA AG’s updated materials released on February 10, 2020.

 

Authored by Britanie Hall, Mark Brennan, Timothy Tobin, Bret Cohen, Scott Loughlin, Ryan Woo and Filippo Raso

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Mark Brennan
Partner
Washington, D.C.
Bret Cohen
Partner
Washington, D.C.
Scott Loughlin
Partner
Washington, D.C.
Tim Tobin
Partner
Washington, D.C.
Ryan Woo
Associate
Washington, D.C.
Filippo Raso
Associate
Washington, D.C.

 

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