Examining the California Consumer Privacy Act

Matthew R. A. Heiman

In this teleforum, our experts, Professor Eric Goldman, Lindsey Tonsager, and moderator Professor Gus Hurwitz discuss the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA).  The CCPA is the most expansive U.S. legislation covering the issue of privacy in the context of online activity.  What was the genesis of the legislation?  What does it mean for doing business inside and outside of California?  Is it a template for federal legislation?  Our experts cover these questions and more about legislation affecting one of the most innovative sectors of our economy.

Matthew R. A. Heiman

Chief Legal + Administrative Officer

Waystar Health

Cyber & Privacy

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