Lexology September 23, 2022
Squire Patton Boggs

As we head into the fourth quarter, US businesses need to assess their progress in preparing for sweeping changes to the California Consumer Privacy Act (“CCPA”) that become effective January 1, 2023, and with compliance with four new state consumer privacy laws (in Colorado, Connecticut, Utah and Virginia) that become effective throughout 2023 (collectively, “2023 Privacy Laws”). To help businesses prepare for the requirements of the 2023 Privacy Laws, Team SPB prepared guidance materials, including high level workstreams, covering the following topics: (1) Preparing for 2023 State Privacy Laws; (2) HR and B-to-B Data CCPA/CPRA Compliance Primer; (3) Lessons from the First CCPA Civil Penalty Case; and (4) Takeaways from the First Draft of Revised CCPA/CPRA Regulations.

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Topics: Govt Agencies, Healthcare System, HIPAA, Privacy / Security, Provider, States
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