California Legislature Extends Employee and B2B Exceptions under the CCPA

California Legislature Extends Employee and B2B Exceptions under the CCPA
September 3, 2020 dmock2015

Last week the California Legislature passed AB 1281 to amend Section 1798.145 of the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA).  This Act extends what has become known as the employee and “B2B” exceptions under the CCPA through the end of 2021. However, it will only become operative if voters do not approve any ballot proposition that amends Section 1798.145 in November’s statewide general election.  Previously, the employee and B2B exceptions were set to expire on January 1, 2021.

For the full text of AB 1281, please visit the California LegInfo website.

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