California Consumer Privacy Act Enforcement Series: Businesses Collecting Children’s Personal Information and Health-Related Data

The CCPA Will Not Sleep During COVID-19 Organizations who, just months ago, believed they were not collecting health-related data, or children’s personal information, may now have to revisit those beliefs in light of the COVID-19 pandemic. Children are spending more time online, and businesses are collecting even more data from Californians in an effort to take precautions against the virus. Despite the concerns and fear COVID-19 has generated, businesses are still required to comply with the California Consumer Privacy Act (“CCPA”). In fact, California Attorney General Xavier Becerra has rebuffed any ideas that the CCPA should be delayed due to COVID-19.

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