Presenter, "The End of Loyalty Programs: Assessing California's New Privacy Law and Beyond," Webinar, National Restaurant Association
In June, the California state legislature passed the nation's toughest data privacy law to date - The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA). CCPA will have deep implications for the restaurant industry when it goes into effect in January 2020, especially as it relates to IT and marketing practices.
It is widely expected that other states will adopt similar legislation next year and beyond. This activity in California is in addition to different IT compliance requirements concerning the European Union’s General Data Protection Regime (GDPR).
In this webinar, DWT partner Helen Foster provided viewers with:
- A solid understanding of key provisions of the CCPA
- Specific examples of the law's impact on restaurants no matter where they are located
- An assessment of how the CCPA will impact other states as well as efforts to craft federal privacy legislation