Introduction

While candy sales skyrocketed and trick-or-treaters donned costumes this past Halloween weekend, the California Privacy Protection Agency (Agency) Board was busy holding its first public meeting since September. Over the course of the two-day meeting on Friday and Saturday, October 28 and 29, the Agency welcomed new board member Alastair Mactaggart and discussed and debated numerous provisions of the Modified Draft Proposed California Consumer Privacy Act Regulations (Draft CCPA Regulations). Most importantly, it unanimously passed a motion directing the Agency staff to take all steps necessary to prepare and notice modifications to the text of the proposed regulatory amendments for an additional 15-day comment period.

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Overview

2022 has been relatively quiet as it relates to state updates to breach notification laws, but Maryland made significant alterations to its general data breach notification law. Additionally, several other states made more minor changes, and the federal government issued or proposed several new data security and breach reporting requirements for certain types of