United States of America: Issued Court of Appeal ruling following CPPA petition to overturn court decision delaying enforcement of California Consumer Privacy Act Regulations

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Issued Court of Appeal ruling following CPPA petition to overturn court decision delaying enforcement of California Consumer Privacy Act Regulations

On 9 February 2024, California's Third District Court of Appeal issued its ruling in favour of the California Privacy Protection Agency (CPPA) and California Attorney General Rob Bonta in the case challenging the implementation of the California Privacy Rights Act Regulations initiated by the California Chamber of Commerce. The court held that the CPPA 's authority to enforce its amended regulations should have been effective on 1 July 2023, overturning a lower court decision. The court emphasised the importance of the voters' intent, stating that the text of Proposition 24 clearly intended to strengthen and protect consumers' privacy rights regarding the collection and use of their personal information.

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Policy Area
Data governance
Policy Instrument
Data protection regulation
Regulated Economic Activity
cross-cutting
Implementation Level
subnational
Government Branch
judiciary
Government Body
court

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2023-03-30
under deliberation

On 30 March 2023, the California Chamber of Commerce (CalChamber) filed a lawsuit against the Calif…

2023-06-30
in force

On 30 June 2023, the Superior Court of California County of Sacramento issued a ruling in the publi…

2023-08-04
under appeal

On 4 August 2023, the California Privacy Protection Agency (CPPA) announced it filed a petition wit…

2024-02-09
in force

On 9 February 2024, California's Third District Court of Appeal issued its ruling in favour of the …