Since it was enacted just over a year ago, companies have had to deal with the uncertainties surrounding how to interpret the California Consumer Privacy Act (“CCPA”) and the circumstances that might subject them to penalties and fines for violating the CCPA.  As CPW readers are already aware, in an effort to inform the marketplace and minimize those uncertainties, the office of the California attorney general recently published 27 examples that demonstrate what CCPA non-compliance looks like and highlights actions that can be taken to remedy each situation.

In a webinar, CPW’s Alan Friel and Ankura’s David Manek and Colleen Yushchak provide an in-depth look at the AG’s various scenarios and a discussion of the common themes they have distilled from their analysis of all 27 examples. In addition to sharing insights, David, Colleen and Alan provide several essential tools, including a checklist of CCPA enforcement issues you can use as part of your year-end assessment, guidance on current compliance for January 2022 CCPA notice updates, and best practices for planning your 2023 CPRA/CDPA/CPA workstreams.

You can watch it here.