California Attorney General Releases New Proposed Modifications to California Consumer Privacy Act Regulations
The California Attorney General proposed a third set of modifications to the recently enacted California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) regulations. Interested parties have until October 28 to file comments in response.
These proposed modifications are the latest effort in an extensive rulemaking process that has lasted more than a year. Most recently, on August 14, the California Office of Administrative Law formally approved the AG’s initial set of CCPA regulations, which went into effect immediately.