The California Privacy Protection Agency has issued an Invitation for Preliminary Comments on Proposed Rulemaking under the California Privacy Rights Act of 2020. Stakeholders are invited to assist the Agency in developing regulations for the CPRA by proposing specific language for new regulations and/or for changes to the existing regulations.
In particular, the Agency seeks comments on the following topics and questions:
- Automated Decision-making
- Audits Performed by the Agency
- Processing that Presents a Significant Risk to Consumers’ Privacy or Security: Cybersecurity Audits and Risk Assessments Performed by Businesses
- Consumers’ Right to Delete, Right to Correct, and Right to Know
- Consumers’ Rights to Opt-Out of the Selling or Sharing of Their Personal Information and to Limit the Use and Disclosure of their Sensitive Personal Information
- Consumers’ Rights to Limit the Use and Disclosure of Sensitive Personal Information
- Information to Be Provided in Response to a Consumer Request to Know (Specific Pieces of Information)
- Definitions of Important Terms and Categories of Information or Activities Covered by the CPRA
Stakeholders are not limited to the suggested topics and may submit any comments relating to the Agency’s initial rulemaking. For guidance on how to formulate and submit effective comments, please review the Agency’s Tips for Submitting Effective Comments.
Stakeholders must submit their comments to the Agency by Monday, November 8, 2021.
How to Submit Comments
Comments may be submitted electronically to email@example.com. Please include “PRO 01-21” in the subject line.
California Privacy Protection Agency
Attn: Debra Castanon
915 Capitol Mall, Suite 350A
Sacramento, CA 95814
More information on the Agency’s rulemaking activities and how to comment can be found at https://cppa.ca.gov/regulations/.