The CCPA – which takes effect on January 1, 2020 – is the first comprehensive consumer privacy law enacted in the United States. It creates new obligations for businesses and new rights for consumers.
But does it really get at the heart of the issues that consumers ought to be worried about when they share data with businesses and online services and platforms? This webinar will look at the key provisions of the CCPA from the perspective of the Me2B Alliance, asking what the law does – and doesn’t – do to advance consumer interests and agency in their online interactions with businesses.
Christopher W. Savage
Partner, Davis Wright Tremaine LLP
Chris Savage, CIPP/US and CIPT/US, helps companies in communications and data-centric industries navigate legal and regulatory issues involving communications, privacy, and data security. For clients with immediate problems, when compromise is possible, he negotiates solutions that work. When it isn’t, he litigates – against the government or private parties, as needed. For clients who can take a longer view, Chris works with regulators and legislators to help build a legal ecosystem where clients can flourish.
Chris brings nearly four decades of diverse experience to every client problem. He has handled issues about competitors entering established markets; technical and economic aspects of network interconnection; deployment of new technology and infrastructure; data security and privacy; and complex issues of cost allocation, financial accounting, and contract interpretation.