What Employers Need to Know About California’s CCPA 2.0
In an article for CPO Magazine, Darcey Groden explores the California Privacy Rights Act of 2020 (CPRA) – or CCPA 2.0 – which qualified for the state’s November ballot in late June. She explains that if the CPRA passes, businesses would need to re-evaluate whether the CPRA (and CCPA) still applies to their businesses under the adjusted criteria. In the article Darcey outlines what would change under CPRA and how businesses would need to comply with yet another privacy law.
To read the full article, visit CPO Magazine.