California DOJ Announces a Third Set of Proposed Modifications to the CCPA Regulations
By Bianca Ponziani
The California Department of Justice (“DOJ”)
Offline notice of the right to opt-out (proposed § 999.306(b)(3)).
Businesses that collect consumers’ personal information offline (e.g., in a brick-and-mortar store) must provide consumers offline notice of their right to opt out of the sale of their personal information—for example, via signage referring consumers to an online notice, placed in the location where their personal information is collected.
Straightforward mechanism to opt-out (proposed § 999.315(h)).
Proof of authorized agent (proposed § 999.326(a)).
Businesses may require a consumer’s authorized agent to provide proof that the consumer has permitted the agent to submit a “request to know” or a “request to delete” (as those terms are respectively defined in the regulations) on their behalf.
Clarification for businesses selling the personal information of minors (proposed § 999.332(a)).
A redline of the proposed changes can be consulted
As the CCPA continues to evolve (for example, just last week we