On October 10, the California Attorney General released highly anticipated proposed regulations implementing the California Consumer Privacy Act, which takes effect on January 1, 2020. The act provides California residents with sweeping European-style rights to control use of their personal information by businesses. The proposed regulations come shortly after the California Legislature passed several amendments to the CCPA on the last day of its legislative session.
Join us for the next High Education Practice Group's "In Brief" webinar on Oct. 16. With students, faculty, staff and donors increasingly focused on their role in protecting the environment, colleges and universities are striving to demonstrate a commitment to renewable energy and reducing their carbon footprint.