Enforcement of the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) began July 1, 2020. Our privacy team at Troutman Pepper includes several attorneys who worked in an attorney general’s office. This privacy regulatory team has identified six areas of enforcement likely to catch the California Office of the Attorney General’s (OAG) attention, which arguably holds sole regulatory enforcement authority under the Act. This six-part series will focus on those areas of the law. Building on the experience of advising clients on the CCPA since its passage, our privacy compliance team will then discuss discrete strategies to minimize enforcement risk and bolster compliance efforts.
Our entire series is available below in addition to the RSVP form for our webinar, “Strategies to Prepare for Six Potential Target Areas of CCPA Enforcement by the CA Attorney General,” where we will discuss these six areas of enforcement.
Our final alert focuses on the California Privacy Rights Act (CCPA 2.0) and can be found here.
- Enforcement Area No. 1: The Infamous “Do-Not-Sell” Button
- Enforcement Area No. 2: Treating the CCPA Like a Check-the-Box Exercise
- Enforcement Area No. 3: Service Providers
- Enforcement Area No. 4: Businesses Collecting Children’s Personal Information and Health Related Data
- Enforcement Area No. 5: Failing to Provide Adequate Notice at Collection
- NEW: Enforcement Area No. 6: OAG’s Reaction to CPRA Referendum
- Complimentary Webinar: Strategies to Prepare for Six Potential Target Areas of CCPA Enforcement by the CA Attorney General
August 19, 2020 2 p.m. EST