As the first law of its kind in the US, the CCPA provides a roadmap for compliance with data protection regulations. And now that other states, most recently Virginia, are adopting their own versions, it is more important than ever that practitioners and companies understand their responsibilities – and risks -.
A new, contemporary paper from the Practicing Law Institute (PLI), California Consumer Privacy Act commented analyzes the CCPA and breaks down the guidelines into concrete, practical components. The book by Scott Pink of O’Melveny & Myers LLP equips lawyers and companies with the tools they need to understand the information they collect and how that information is used, disclosed, and stored, and then the framework Develop policies and guidelines to meet CCPA reporting requirements and respond to data subject inquiries.
Click here for a free sample chapter: “Who Must Comply With the CCPA?”