The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) has been in effect for over six months, and now the California Privacy Rights Act (CPRA) (a/k/a CCPA 2.0) will be on the November 2020 ballot. While the CCPA ushered in big changes for the marketing and ad tech industries, the CPRA will step it up a significant notch. This session will examine the current environment under CCPA and explain what may change should CPRA prevail in November.
- The CPRA takes the CCPA to the next level in terms of privacy compliance
- While the CPRA would not become effective until 2023, it would require significant new compliance obligations
- Parts of the CPRA are specifically targeted to the digital media industry
Colin O’Malley, Founder, The Lucid Privacy Group
Julia Shullman, General Counsel & Chief Privacy Officer, TripleLift
Gary A. Kibel, Partner, Privacy + Data Security
Time: 2:00 – 3:00 p.m. (EDT)
WHO SHOULD ATTEND:
Senior management, in-house counsel and privacy and compliance professionals at national companies and agencies in marketing and ad tech industries. These seminars are also appropriate for both newly admitted and experienced attorneys.
Legal CLE Credit Available: 1.0 hour
Please contact, Carly Silverman Davis+Gilbert Marketing Events Specialist
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