As we wrote about on the Ad Law Access blog (link below), the California legislature voted to send five amendments to the CCPA to the California governor’s desk.
The amendments include a one-year exemption for access and deletion rights to employee data and B2B communications; a provision exempting online-only businesses from operating a toll-free number to accept consumer requests; and a new mandate for data brokers to register with the Attorney General’s office.
Governor Gavin Newsom has until October 13, 2019 to act on the legislation. The California legislative session ended on Friday, and no additional CCPA amendments are expected before the law comes into effect on January 1, 2020.
On this podcast, Alex Schneider discusses the amendments to the CCPA that had been pending in the California legislature and what's next.
See our blog Ad Law Access (https://www.adlawaccess.com/2019/09/articles/ccpa-update-legislature-amends-the-ccpa-to-exclude-employee-data-b2b-communications-for-one-year/) for additional information on these and other privacy and advertising law topics.
For additional information on the CCPA and other privacy matters, visit Kelley Drye's Advertising and Privacy Law Resource center