It goes without saying that November 3rd 2020 was an important day for the future of the nation, but it was also a significant day for the future of California privacy law.  On Tuesday, a strong majority of California voters supported Proposition 24, a ballot measure which aims to expand and enhance the California Consumer Privacy Act (“CCPA”).  The CCPA took effect in January, and companies are still grappling with its compliance. Companies have overhauled their privacy programs and policies and designed new systems to comply with the CCPA, but now it looks like they will be back to the drawing board.

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