Here we go again. On March 11, 2020, the California Attorney General (AG) published a second set of modifications to its Regulations under the California Consumer Privacy Act. Unlike the AG’s modifications from just last month, the substantive changes this time are not quite so numerous. There are, however, a few provisions worth noting.
As a general matter, the most significant changes this time around consist of undoing some of the additions made in the first set of modifications. There is also some new language in the Regulations that provides further guidance for businesses that do not directly collect personal information as well as businesses working to draft CCPA-compliant privacy policies.