Future Proofing Privacy Compliance Part II: Operationalizing State Consumer Rights & Notices
The California Privacy Rights Act (“CPRA”), Virginia Consumer Data Protection Act (“VCDPA”), and Colorado Privacy Act (Colo PA) significantly expand the scope of consumer rights and control over their personal information, and mandate new notice and transparency requirements. Key differences between the obligations of these laws and existing obligations under other comprehensive privacy legislation such as the California Consumer Privacy Act and EU General Data Protection Regulation will require companies to carefully assess how they operationalize compliance with these new laws.
Join attorneys from Blank Rome’s Privacy, Security & Data Protection group for the second installment of our multi-part webinar series on Future Proofing Compliance, covering the details and key differences in the consumer rights, transparency, and opt-out requirements of the CPRA, VCDPA, and Colo PA.
- Sharon R. Klein, Partner and Chair, Privacy, Security & Data Protection
- Alex C. Nisenbaum, Partner, Privacy, Security & Data Protection
- Jennifer J. Daniels, Partner, Privacy, Security & Data Protection
- Karen H. Shin, Associate, Privacy, Security & Data Protection
This course is anticipated to qualify for the following CLE credits:
- CA – 1.0 general credit
- CT – 1.0 general credit (by reciprocity)
- NJ – 1.0 general credit (by reciprocity)
- NY – 1.0 professional practice credit (transitional and available for newly admitted attorneys)
- PA – 1.0 general credit
- VA – 1.0 general credit (application pending)
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