The day before the California Privacy Rights Act became enforceable on July 1, we learned that enforcement of the first set of implementing regulations finalized by the California Privacy Protection Agency under the CPRA is delayed until March 29, 2024. Prior to the June 30 ruling by a California Superior Court judge, the Regulations were set to become immediately effective on the CPRA’s July 1 effective date.
The Ruling confirmed that a period of delay would also apply to future CPPA regulations. The Ruling means that any such new regulations will not be directly enforceable until 12 months after the full rulemaking process is completed and the regulations are implemented.
Read the full Update here.