SIX THINGS TO KNOW ABOUT THE CALIFORNIA PRIVACY RIGHTS ACT
Parkhill Venture Counsel, P.C.
Since 2018 five US states have adopted privacy laws. California’s Consumer Privacy Act ("CCPA") was the first, and it has been followed by privacy laws in Colorado (2020), Connecticut (2020), Virginia (2021), Utah (2022), Indiana (2023), Iowa (2023), Montana (2023) and Tennessee (2023), and there are bills pending in 10 more states as of early June 2023. Not to be outdone, California voters adopted a second privacy law, the California Privacy Rights Act ("CPRA"),which became effective January 1, 2023, and in many ways is the most sweeping of all the recent US laws. Here is a summary of some key CPRA provisions.
CCPA? CPRA? ARE THERE TWO LAWS OR ONE AND WHAT SHOULD I CALL IT?