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CCPA Update: Proposed Regulations and League Training

California State Attorney General Xavier Becerra has issued proposed regulations to implement the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA).

The California Credit Union League and its legal team are reviewing the proposed regulations to effectively address them on behalf of credit unions and their members across the state.

The League’s summary of the proposed regulations is available here and in PowerComment.

In addition, the League is creating talking points that will address the issues and concerns that League staff has identified and will be commenting on. These talking points will be available soon. Comments on the proposed regulations are due by Dec. 6.

While we currently have only proposed regulations, the effective date on Jan. 1, 2020 is looming.

To help you become familiar with the requirements of the statute and the proposed regulations, the League’s webinar — “CCPA: Preparing for The Next Generation of Data Protection” — will be available on Monday, Nov. 25. Click here for more information and to register.