On Oct. 10, the California Attorney General’s office published its long-awaited proposed California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) regulations. The proposed regulations were published shortly after the California legislature finished its amendments to the CCPA on Sept. 13 and, in fact, were published before the California governor even signed those amendments. The Attorney General’s office will host a series of public hearings on the proposed regulations and will allow written comments to be submitted until Dec. 6.

The regulations are divided into seven articles. We provide an overview of six of those articles in the following analysis. The seventh article is merely a severability clause, which requires no further analysis.

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