California Attorney General Releases Revised Proposed Regulations



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Adam A. Berkland, Charles H. Bowyer and Allen T. O'Rourke
Robinson Bradshaw Publication
Feb. 13, 2020

On Feb. 10, 2020, the California attorney general released a revised draft of its proposed implementing regulations for the California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018 (CCPA). The revised regulations feature a number of changes and clarifications relevant to businesses covered by the law, including in the following areas:

The revised proposed regulations will be subject to an additional public comment period running through Feb. 25, after which the proposed regulations may be further revised in response to the comments or the proposed regulations may be finalized. The text of the revised proposed regulations and further information about the rulemaking process may be found by visiting the California attorney general's website at

Robinson Bradshaw will be pausing its CCPA Practice Tip Series temporarily while we review and analyze the impact of the revised proposed regulations and work to update our previous guidance in the Series.

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