Despite missing the April 21, 2020 target date, the advocacy group, Californians for Consumer Privacy, is still moving forward with their attempt to qualify the California Privacy Rights Act (CPRA) on the November 2020 ballot. This new ballot initiative has until June 25, 2020, to get at least 623,212 signatures verified by state and county officials but it’s a complicated and perilous process to secure a spot in the general elections. Businesses will have to start preparations for a "no pass" scenario and start thinking about how they may need to respond to access and deletion requests from employees, contractors, job applicants, and business contacts beginning in 2021.
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Dan Clarke has 30 years of experience combining technology with media, retail and business leadership, has held executive leadership roles at Intel, is an experienced data privacy advisor, and is a 9-time CEO. Dan has deep expertise in the privacy landscape and speaks frequently at public venues on the topic. He is also actively involved in Arizona, Texas, and federal privacy legislation.
Michael Hellbusch is co-chair of the Orange County Chapter of the International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP). He is certified in U.S. privacy law (CIPP/US) and privacy management (CIPM) from the IAPP. He has presented on several cyber-related topics including data breach reporting requirements, protection of digital assets, student/school privacy rights and obligations, and compliance with the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).