At Your Service: How the New CA, CO, and VA Privacy Laws Impact Service Providers and the Businesses That Engage Them

With an Overview of the New CPA

22 Sep 2021 12:00 p.m. - 01:00 p.m. EDT

Join Morrison & Foerster’s Global Privacy + Data Security Group for our masterclass webinar, “At Your Service: How the New California, Colorado, and Virginia Privacy Laws Impact Service Providers and the Businesses That Engage Them.” This is part of an ongoing and comprehensive series on the CCPA, CPRA, VCDPA, and the recently passed Colorado Privacy Act (CPA).

In this webinar, Morrison & Foerster partner Kristen Mathews and of counsel Mary Race will present how the new California, Colorado, and Virginia privacy laws place a number of obligations and limitations on service providers and the businesses that engage them. We will explore how these new laws may narrow how B2B service providers can use personal information they receive from their customers.

This webinar is essential, in particular for service providers that perform services for other companies involving the processing of personal information.

We will also provide a brief overview of the new CPA, specifically how it differs from the similar VCDPA.

To get at-a-glance information on state privacy laws, visit our Cybersecurity Resource Center.

If you were unable to attend our recent webinar, please find a link to the on-demand replay, which will remain active through December 21, 2021. We hope it will provide worthwhile and practical takeaways for your organization. For additional information on this and related topics, visit our Cybersecurity Resource Center

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