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Judge Delays Enforcement of California Consumer Privacy Act to 2024

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Jul
2023
Judge Delays Enforcement of California Consumer Privacy Act to 2024

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Enforcement of the California Privacy Rights Act (CPRA)—a stiffening of the existing privacy laws under the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA)—has been delayed until March 29, 2024. A California judge made the decision just as the original July 1, 2023, deadline was to hit.

“While this delay may be welcome news for businesses subject to the California Consumer Privacy Act (#CCPA), it is no reason to delay privacy compliance initiatives as a slew of other states have laws set to take effect in the coming months/years,” Kara Hilburger, Senior Counsel at Octillo, said in a LinkedIn post this morning.

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