(Photo: silvabom/Shutterstock) Businesses should make CPRA and its implications a topic of conversation, not just in legal departments, but also with management and C-suites, whether they are in California, another state, or abroad. (Photo: silvabom/Shutterstock)

Californians have ushered in a law protecting individuals’ privacy unlike any other in the United States, and businesses are well-advised to evaluate its impact and prepare to comply.

Proposition 24, which passed on Nov. 3rd, establishes the California Privacy Rights Act (CPRA), which will take effect Jan. 1, 2023. If this seems like déjà vu, it’s because just two years ago, the California legislature passed an unprecedented privacy law, the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), which the CPRA amends.

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