California Attorney General Releases First Draft of CCPA Regulations
On October 10, the California Attorney General released the first draft of the long-awaited Regulations for the implementation of the California Consumer Privacy Act (“CCPA”) slated to enter into force on January 1, 2020. On 24 pages, the Regulations fill in the blanks left by the CPPA to be completed by the AG but go way beyond that. In its five articles, the draft Regulations (“Regs”) provide guidance on topics such as Notices to Consumers, Business Practices for Handling Consumer Requests, Verification of Requests, and Special Rules Regarding Minors.
All of those chapters embrace a fairly detailed prescriptive approach that may foreclose the possibility of the market developing industry–specific, perhaps less burdensome ways of complying with the requirements of the CCPA. This may be the reason why the reaction of some early commentators was less than enthusiastic, referring to the Regs as a missed opportunity to speak in a language that business understands.
The CA Attorney General has certainly stepped out boldly with this first draft of the CCPA Regs and put the industry on notion that it cannot cut-and-paste itself into compliance. As this is only the first salvo in a hard fought battle between industry lobbyists, consumer advocates and other stakeholders, it remains to be seen what the final shape of the Regs will be after December 6, the end of the comment period. Stay tuned California.
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