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The Final CCPA Regulations: What You Need To Know

Greenberg Traurig Shareholders Gretchen A. Ramos, Co-Chair of Global Data Privacy & Cybersecurity Practice) and Darren Abernethy will present the CLE webinar, "The Final CCPA Regulations: What You Need To Know," on Thursday, March 2 at 12:00 pm PT. The webinar will provide an overview of key takeaways from the finalized proposed updates to the California Consumer Privacy Act’s extensive implementing regulations. The proposed regulations, which were approved by the California Privacy Protection Agency on February 3rd, are currently undergoing administrative review, and could be approved as early as April 2023. This 1-hour webinar will highlight the major changes and operational impacts of the CCPA regulations, in an informative and conversational format, and will also reference other new or forthcoming U.S. state consumer privacy laws.

Topics covered during the session will include: 
  • Consumer rights in relation to sharing, selling and limiting the use of sensitive personal information
  • Website and mobile app options in relation to “Do Not Sell or Share My Personal Information” requirements; user-enabled privacy controls, “alternative opt-out links” and GPC
  • Dark patterns, notice and transparency considerations
  • Service provider, contractor and third-party practical considerations

The Final CCPA Regulations: What You Need To Know is available in Greenberg Traurig’s Client CLE Library. This free Library provides substantive legal knowledge, as well as CLE credit in several jurisdictions for registered users via on-demand programs. CLE credit is pending accreditation in the following jurisdictions: AZ, CA, CO, FL, GA, IL, NJ, NV, NY, PA, TX, OR, VA, & MN.

If you would like to take advantage of this free resource, please complete the GT Client CLE Library Request Form, and you will be contacted shortly by the Greenberg Traurig CLE Team. If you already have a GT Client CLE Library account you can access this recording by clicking here. Email if you have any difficulties accessing your account.