Governor Gavin Newsom signed five CCPA amendment bills into law on Friday, October 11, 2019. He also signed an amendment broadening the California breach notification law and a new law which creates a data broker registry for the sale of certain personal information. The event marked the culmination of the California Legislature’s efforts this year to clarify the terms and scope of the CCPA, which takes effect on January 1, 2020.
A summary of these laws and their impact may be found in our previous Alert.
Stay tuned to the Duane Morris TechLaw Blog for developments regarding the CCPA and its implementation.