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Buckley Webcast: California privacy updates

The amendments to the California Consumer Privacy Act, the California Privacy Rights Act, go into effect on Jan. 1, 2023, and many businesses that initially did not fall within the scope of the CCPA may be surprised to learn that they now have responsibilities under the amendments. 

Buckley attorneys Amanda LawrenceSasha LeonhardtBeth McGinn, and Sherry Safchuk discussed the CPRA amendments, the proposed implementing regulations, and some CCPA/CPRA challenges that businesses have been facing, including preparing disclosures, honoring consumer rights, advertising concerns, and service-provider and third-party relationship considerations.

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