California Governor Gavin Newsom has signed several amendments to the California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018. Issues range from the timing of employer disclosure requirements to data gathered and used in consumer identity verification, vehicle recalls and warranties, consumer credit checks, and business due diligence work. You can read MoginRubin Partner Jennifer M. Oliver‘s take on the changes in her Oct. 10 post, titled CCPA Changes Sent to Governor’s Desk as January Effective Date Draws Closer and Compliance Costs Loom Large.
Going into effect in January and still being amended in October, the CCPA continues to present a significant challenge for companies doing business in California. It is crucial for privacy officers to keep abreast of these amendments as they impact compliance efforts regarding employee data, due diligence performed on other companies, and the collection of personal information by representatives of other companies.