All Rob Bonta articles
Legacy of CCPA: A blueprint for prioritizing compliance
Three years in, the promise of the California Consumer Privacy Act as a means of handing down eye-watering penalties against companies for data protection violations remains unfulfilled. And yet, the expanding U.S. data privacy legislation landscape is better for this.
California AG launches CCPA violation sweep against mobile apps
The California attorney general announced his office notified an unspecified number of businesses with mobile apps they are failing to comply with the California Consumer Privacy Act.
Sephora fined $1.2M in first public CCPA enforcement
Cosmetics retailer Sephora agreed to pay $1.2 million in the first public enforcement action under California’s landmark consumer privacy law.
Rulemaking on CPRA facing delay
The newly formed California Privacy Protection Agency appears behind schedule on rulemaking for the transition to the California Privacy Rights Act, putting the law’s July 2023 enforcement date in question.
California AG: ‘Great progress’ under CCPA despite no fines
California Attorney General Rob Bonta commemorated one year of CCPA enforcement with praise for the law despite there not yet being a publicly announced fine against a business.