CPRA Regulations Postponed

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On Feb. 17, 2022, the California Privacy Protection Agency (CPPA or the Agency) held a public board meeting to address several topics, including the rulemaking under the California Privacy Rights Act (CPRA). Although the CPRA includes a July 1 deadline for the Agency to promulgate final regulations, it is clear the CPPA will not meet that deadline given the delays it continues to face in hiring staff and beginning operations. In the words of CPPA Executive Director Ashkan Soltani, “[W]e’re building the car while we drive it.”

Director Soltani estimated that the CPPA will publish final regulations in the third or fourth quarter of 2022, giving businesses little time to implement compliance with the regulations ahead of the CPRA’s Jan. 1, 2023 operative date. By statute, formal rulemaking will begin in April, six months after the CPPA’s Oct. 21, 2021 notice to the California Attorney General (OAG) that the Agency is ready to assume rulemaking responsibilities. Director Soltani also indicated that draft regulations may be

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