The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) is a landmark U.S. privacy law with many laudable features. But the law’s private right of action is not among its strongest provisions. The CCPA’s private right of action only grants consumers who have suffered very specific data breaches a limited right to sue. However, this has not stopped law firms trying to force through legal challenges against businesses that have violated irrelevant parts of the CCPA.
This panel will explore the debate around why these cases will fail and the hurdles that plaintifss must clear.
Thursday, 23 September, 08:00 PM - 08:45 PM (BST)
Robert Bateman, Analyst and Research Director, GRC World Forums
Jake Bernstein, CISSP, Partner, K&L Gates LLP, Cybersecurity and Privacy
Mirena Taskova, MD, Head of Privacy and Cybersecurity, Armanino LLP