Tomorrow, the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) is officially enacted, with full compliance expected by July 1. If you have California customers, are you ready? Maybe, maybe not, but either way it’s clear that it’s going to have an effect on your how organizations hold its data.

When I solicited opinions for privacy predictions in 2020, it’s little surprise that a large number of them had to do with the CCPA’s impact on the law. So, with CCPA Day less than 24 hours away, I decided to put all of those predictions in one place. Here’s what attorneys and technologists alike see for the CCPA this upcoming year, which could be one of the more turbulent for privacy in the U.S. in a while.

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