Keypoint: The Agency proposed more revisions to the CCPA regulations for consideration at the December 8 board meeting.
On December 1, 2023, the California Privacy Protection Agency (Agency) published proposed revisions to the CCPA regulations as well as a chart explaining the proposed modifications. The draft regulations were released in connection with the Agency’s December 8 board meeting. Importantly, the draft revisions are only intended to facilitate Board discussion and public participation. The Agency has not yet started formal rulemaking.
The Board now has six sets of draft regulations to discuss at its December 8 meeting: (1) cybersecurity audits, (2) automated decisionmaking technology, (3) risk assessments, (4) revisions to the CCPA regulations, (5) insurance, and (6) data broker registry fee.
The revisions to the CCPA regulations come even though the Agency cannot yet enforce its first set of revisions to the CCPA regulations. The Agency finalized those regulations on March 29, 2023, but a trial court delayed enforcement until March 29, 2024, finding that the CCPA requires a twelve-month delay in enforcement after finalization.
The below article provides a brief overview of some of the more notable proposed revisions.Continue Reading CPPA Publishes Proposed Revisions to CCPA Regulations