CPPA Begins CPRA Rulemaking

On May 26, 2022, the California Privacy Protection Agency (CPPA or the Agency) held a public board meeting to provide updates on the Agency’s rulemaking process. The next day, the CPPA released draft regulations for the California Privacy Rights Act (CPRA). This post includes initial impressions of the proposed regulations and how they square with the board’s discussion of the rulemaking process during the May 26 meeting. Our full analysis of the newly released proposed regulations is forthcoming.

Update on CCPA Rules

The Update of CCPA Rules Subcommittee, comprised of Chairperson Jennifer M. Urban and Board Member Angela Sierra, discussed how the existing California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) rules would be amended to update definitions, to reorganize the requirements to make them easier to follow, and to accommodate new consumer rights, such as the right to correct. In the draft CPRA regulations released last week, the overall structure and a significant number of sections remained mostly unchanged. However, there are also many material updates

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