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CPRA Rulemaking Commences with Two Public Hearings in August

On July 8, 2022, the California Privacy Protection Agency (Agency) announced the start of the formal rulemaking process to adopt proposed regulations implementing the California Privacy Rights Act (CPRA), which amends and expands the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA).

The CCPA entered into force on January 1, 2020; most of the CPRA’s provisions become effective on January 1, 2023, with a look-back to January 2022.

The Agency was created and granted rulemaking authority via a provision in the CPRA. On May 5, 2022, the California Office of Administrative Law approved the transfer of existing CCPA regulations to the Agency’s jurisdiction; these proposed regulations will be the Agency’s first rulemaking.

The proposed CPRA regulations (1) update existing CCPA regulations to harmonize them with CPRA; (2) operationalize new rights and concepts introduced by the CPRA; and (3) reorganize and consolidate requirements to make the regulations easier to follow and understand.

Public hearings on the proposed regulations and received comments are slated for August 24 and August 25, 2022, at 9:00 am PDT, during which the Agency will hear comments from interested parties. Written comments must be submitted by August 23.

© 2022 Keller and Heckman LLPNational Law Review, Volume XII, Number 202
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Sheila Millar, Keller Heckman, advertising lawyer, privacy attorney
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Sheila A. Millar counsels corporate and association clients on advertising, privacy, product safety, and other public policy and regulatory compliance issues.

Ms. Millar advises clients on an array of advertising and marketing issues.  She represents clients in legislative, rulemaking and self-regulatory actions, advises on claims, and assists in developing and evaluating substantiation for claims. She also has extensive experience in privacy, data security and cybersecurity matters.  She helps clients develop website and app privacy policies,...

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Tracy Marshall, Keller Heckman, regulatory attorney, for-profit company lawyer
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Tracy Marshall assists clients with a range of business and regulatory matters.

In the business and transactional area, Ms. Marshall advises for-profit and non-profit clients on corporate organization, operations, and governance matters, and assists clients with structuring and negotiating a variety of transactions, including purchase and sale, marketing, outsourcing, and e-commerce agreements.

In the privacy, data security, and advertising areas, she helps clients comply with privacy, data security, and consumer protection laws, including laws governing telemarketing and...

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