The California Privacy Protection Agency (“CPPA”) scheduled a Board Meeting for June 8th, in which it will be discussing and possibly taking action with regard to the much anticipated CPRA enforcing regulations. To facilitate this discussion, the CPPA included a draft of the proposed regulations as part of the meeting records. This draft comes in the form of a 66 page redline of the current CCPA regulations.
At this time, it is unclear how final these draft regulations are or what additional changes will be made prior to them being officially released for public comment. However, this initial draft may provide useful insight into their current status and possible trajectory.
As discussions surrounding these regulations develop, we will be releasing a series of posts addressing the specific elements we expect to have the biggest impact on businesses operating in California.