December 13, 2018

A new California law that changes the way companies handle personal information could affect consumers nationwide. The law imposes some of the toughest privacy protections in the country, but the law stops short of tougher measures California was considering.

The law, which takes effect in 2020, mandates a wide variety of new protections for consumers, giving consumers new transparency, access, opt out, deletion, and portability rights. This webinar will provide an overview about what the law does, what it doesn’t do, how the law will be refined as it is implemented, and what is next on the privacy frontier.


Justin Brookman, Director, Consumer Privacy and Technology Policy, Consumers Union
Ariel Fox Johnson, Senior Counsel for Policy and Privacy, Common Sense Media

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