Applying the CCPA’s New Accessibility Requirements to Privacy Policies

Bloomberg Law

31 Mar 2020

Kristen Mathews and David McDowell authored an article for Bloomberg Law covering the added accessibility protections under the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), and how businesses need to prepare going forward.

“The fact that the regulations’ ‘accessibility’ requirement has survived a round of edits by the AG’s office is a good indication that the general ‘accessibility’ requirement is unlikely to disappear entirely from the final set of regulations,” the authors wrote. “Businesses may wish to use this time to familiarize themselves with the requirements of WCAG 2.1 and determine how to best implement its standards.”

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