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Now Available: Webinar – Operationalizing the California Consumer Privacy Act – Key Decisions and Compliance Strategies

We have extensively covered the California Consumer Privacy Act, the first U.S. law comprehensively regulating the collection, use, and disclosure of general consumers’ personal information in the U.S.  This important legislation poses significant compliance challenges for organizations that engage with residents of California, the world’s fifth largest economy.

On June 19, 2019, Hogan Lovells partners Mark Brennan and Bret Cohen discussed in great detail the impact of the law, explained key definitions, and offered practical guidance on how to navigate it during the webinar, “Operationalizing the California Consumer Privacy Act.” More than 600 live attendees participated and were able to hear Mark and Bret address how to determine whether businesses are covered, how to account for opt-outs from sales to third parties, the content and timing of CCPA notices, how to apply the CCPA’s exceptions, and more.

To hear the full webinar, please click here. To access the slide presentation, please click here.

For additional analyses of the California Consumer Privacy Act and the challenges ahead for companies, read Hogan Lovells’ CCPA blog series.