CPRA Law + Tech Series: Understanding Data, Decisionmaking, and Design
Session 1: CPRA and Emerging US Privacy Laws
Co-Hosted by: California Lawyers Association Privacy Law Section and the Future of Privacy Forum
What do privacy lawyers need to know about the technologies and data practices at the heart of emerging legislation? New state privacy laws, including the California Privacy Rights Act (CPRA), will introduce a host of new obligations for businesses. Privacy lawyers charged with operationalizing these requirements will need to understand the technologies that these laws address.
In this Winter 2022 series, the California Lawyers Association Privacy Law Section and FPF will host informational sessions on technological basics for privacy lawyers. Each session will provide a brief summary of new requirements under the CPRA, the Virginia Consumer Data Protection Act (VCDPA), and the Colorado Privacy Act (CPA), accompanied by an exploration of the key technologies that are addressed in these laws, including digital advertising, global opt outs, automated decisionmaking, and dark patterns.
Join us for our kick-off session on February 18th, from 12:00-1:15PM Pacific Time.
Jennifer Urban, Chairperson of the California Privacy Protection Agency, will open the series with an update on the status of CPRA rulemaking and opening remarks. This will be followed by a presentation from guest experts Keir Lamont (FPF) and Jeewon Serrato (Baker Hostetler) on key provisions of the CPRA, VCDPA, and CPA and how these laws may regulate technologies such as digital advertising, automated decisionmaking, dark patterns, global opt outs, and location data.