California State Appeals Court Rules Immediate Enforcement of CPRA Regulations


Aaron Pinnick

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Cyber Alert

  • Cybersecurity

On February 9, 2024, a California appeals court reversed a prior decision by a lower court, declaring that the initial set of regulations outlined in the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) and amended by the California Privacy Rights Act (CPRA) can now be enforced without delay.

Previously, a state trial court had temporarily halted the enforcement of most of the CPRA until March 29, 2024. However, the appellate court has now ruled that all final CPRA regulations should be implemented immediately. This means businesses falling under the CCPA and CPRA are now required to comply with these regulations immediately.

More information about the CPRA

For more information about the CPRA, its requirements, and how firms are working to achieve compliance with this new rule, please review our CPRA FAQ and watch our webcast on the evolving privacy landscape.

How we help

To help clients prepare for the anticipated enforcement of the CCPA and CPRA, we've launched a CCPA Readiness Uplift, which provides clients with:

  • An assessment of their CCPA and CPRA readiness
  • A review of privacy policies for CCPA and CPRA compliance
  • Employee training
  • Additional resources to support firms with their compliance efforts

To learn more about these privacy regulations, or how ACA can help you enhance your privacy program, please don’t hesitate to reach out to your consultant or contact us.

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