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The draft CCPA regulations reviewed: Key takeaways

Jana Terry (jterry@becksteadterry.com) is a partner with Beckstead Terry PLLC, a boutique employment, compliance, and privacy law firm in Austin, Texas, USA.

On October 10, 2019, the California Attorney General’s office published draft regulations to operationalize the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA).[1] Although the draft regulations are still subject to comment and will not be in final, enforceable form until July 2020, they provide helpful insights into how the final regulations are likely to look. And they are the only guidance that companies have as they start to implement the now-effective CCPA. These are the key takeaways from the draft regulations that companies should consider as their CCPA compliance programs go into effect.

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