Bloomberg Law
March 4, 2022, 10:00 AM

California’s Late Privacy Rules Crunch Prep Time for Companies

Jake Holland
Jake Holland

The California Privacy Protection Agency’s announcement that rulemaking for the state’s landmark privacy law would stretch toward the year’s end—later than the original July 1 deadline for adopting final regulations—casts uncertainty on businesses’ ability to comply before the law goes into effect in 2023.

The delayed timeline puts businesses at risk of being penalized for not complying with the California Privacy Rights Act of 2020 since they would have little time to digest the regulations and incorporate them into their business plans, attorneys say.

“I’m glad to see the CPPA is taking more time rather than rush things,” said Brandon ...

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