CPRA Rulemaking Explained and CPRA Amendments Push Forward, Including Employee and Business-to-Business Exemptions

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On Feb. 18, Chairperson Jennifer Urban of the California Privacy Protection Agency (CPPA) addressed the California state bar and clarified the announcements that were made during the CPPA board meeting on Feb. 17. Read on for an explanation of the California Privacy Rights Act (CPRA) rulemaking process and brief summaries of the privacy bills in California, including proposed amendments to the CPRA that were filed last week to extend the employee and business-to-business exemptions.

CPRA Rulemaking

During a kickoff of the CPRA Law + Tech Series: Understanding Data, Decisionmaking, and Design, co-hosted by the California Lawyers Association Privacy Law Section and the Future of Privacy Forum, Urban explained that the CPPA is pressing forward with its mandate but is subject to certain statutory limitations. For example, under the Bagley-Keene Open Meeting Act, all CPPA board deliberations must be held in public meetings, reflecting the California State Legislature’s emphasis on transparency that may come at the expense of efficiency. Still, CPPA subcommittees comprised of two

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