In this 25 minute on-demand webinar, Husch Blackwell attorneys David Stauss and Malia Rogers provide an overview of the California Privacy Rights Act (CPRA or CCPA 2.0), which is currently on track to appear on the November 2020 California ballot. If passed, the CPRA will significantly amend and expand the California Consumer Privacy Act.
Keypoint: If the California Privacy Rights Act is approved by voters in November, it would trigger a series of deadlines ultimately culminating in a January 1, 2023 effective date and July 1, 2023 enforcement date.
On May 4, 2020, privacy advocates reported that they were submitting over 900,000 signatures to qualify the California Privacy Rights Act (CPRA or CCPA.20) for the November election. Assuming the initiative passes the signature verification process, it would be on the November 3, 2020 ballot and become law if approved by a simple majority of California voters.
If the CPRA does pass in November, it will trigger a complicated timeline of staggered effective and enforcement dates and regulatory rulemaking deadlines.