It looks like the back-and-forth about how much employee information will be covered under the California Consumer Privacy Act, CCPA, is likely resolved, at least for now.  The California legislature recently passed AB 25, which excludes most employment information from the CCPA.  If signed by Governor Newsom, it will specifically exclude information collected by

There is a lot of confusion about how the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) will impact California employers.  The California legislature is considering AB25, which has been interpreted as eliminating CCPA’s requirements for California employers.  But that is too simple of an interpretation because of the requirements of AB25 in its current iteration, as

The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), a broad-based law protecting information that identifies California residents, was passed in June 2018 and will take effect in 2020. Dubbed “GDPR Lite,” to denote its similarities to the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), it is expected to be a game-changer for U.S.-based companies that process sensitive data.