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The More Things Change: CCPA Status Update

October 13, 2020 at 10:15am11:15am (PST)

Tyler Gerking, Nate Garhart, and Sushila Chanana discuss "The More Things Change: CCPA Status Update."

The Attorney General has published the final regulations, enforcement has begun, litigation is growing, and insurance companies are defining their positions. Oh - and it could all change with the passage of the CPRA on November’s ballot. Join us to hear where things stand, actions to take, and things to look for in the future of California privacy law.

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