On Thursday, August 11, Leech Tishman Data Privacy & Cybersecurity leader James K. Paulick gave a 30-minute webinar discussing the California Privacy Rights Act (CPRA), a major overhaul of the CCPA that goes into effect on January 1, 2023.
James provided an overview of the new law, outline which businesses will be affected, and answered questions during the Q&A portion.
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About this Webinar
Even if your business is in compliance with the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), many additional controls and processes need to be established to deal with employee data when the California Privacy Rights Act (CPRA), a major overhaul of the CCPA, goes into effect on January 1, 2023.
If you are an employer covered by the CCPA who currently has any California job applicants, employees, owners, directors, officers, medical staff members, or independent contractors, the CPRA will apply to you.
Leech Tishman Data Privacy & Cybersecurity leader James K. Paulick counsels small, medium and large businesses in all matters involving Data Privacy and Cybersecurity. Because James has an extensive technical background, he can bridge the common gap between law and technology which is ever-present in the rapidly developing area of Data Protection and Privacy.
James will examine topics including:
CURRENT CCPA PROVISIONS, WHICH:
- Broadened many of the rights afforded to consumers;
- Added additional due diligence requirements for the sharing of personal information with third parties, service providers and contractors; and
- Expanded its definition of personal information to include employee personal data.
WHICH BUSINESSES HAVE TO FOLLOW THE CCPA
Currently, businesses are required to follow the CCPA if they are a for-profit company that does business in California. “Doing business” also means offering products – you don’t have to actually have a store in California or be incorporated in the state.