Faced with a looming November ballot privacy initiative, the California legislature enacted the California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018 (CCPA). This law has the potential to be a kind of “federal” privacy law due to its impact on so many companies that collect personal information from California residents. This session will discuss the requirements of the CCPA, how it differs from other U.S. privacy laws, and how it compares to the GDPR. We will also provide tips and identify obstacles to operationalizing the CCPA.
Alfred Saikali, Chair, Privacy & Data Security Practice, Shook Hardy & Bacon
Debra Farber, Senior Director, Privacy Strategy, BigID
Travis LeBlanc, Partner, Boies Schiller Flexner LLP