The following post was originally included as part of our recently published memorandum “Selected Issues for Boards of Directors in 2020”.

Increased regulation continues to be the trend in data privacy law, with 2019 bringing forth a host of new regulations and guidance on existing laws. This year, the pace will not likely slow, with January 1, 2020, having marked the official arrival of robust data privacy law in the United States as the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) came into effect.

Boards and management will need to continue to monitor the evolving privacy compliance landscape to ensure that they are considerate of privacy obligations and attendant risks when implementing their business objectives and oversight going into 2020.

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