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CCPA Regulations are Enforceable Immediately After OAL Approval

06 Mar

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All employers subject to the California Consumer Protection ActFebruary 9, 2024


What happened?

On February 9, 2024, the California’s Third District Court of Appeal ruled that the CCPA regulations can be enforced immediately, rather than waiting one year after approval by the Office of Administrative Law (OAL).


What are the details?

The Ruling means that any rules that are approved by the California Privacy Protection Agency (CPPA), once they are given the approval by the OAL, are effective immediately. This will apply to new rules and updates that the agency deems appropriate.

Moving forward, the CPPA has its authority restored and interested parties should monitor closely its agenda. For the possible regulation details that are on the CPPA agenda.


Business Considerations

  • Audit your existing CCPA privacy policy to ensure it is compliant with the latest regulations. And update all your policies regarding privacy rights.
  • It is recommended to take a proactive stance and monitor closely the CPPA agenda. This will help you prepare for any change that might affect your business.


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