Attorney General Seeks Information from California Employers on Compliance with California Consumer Privacy Act

By Scott HallMari CliffordSabrina LarsonAmber Leong, and Bina Patel

Now that July 1, 2023 has passed, and the California Privacy Rights Act (“CPRA”) is in effect, California Attorney General Rob Bonta has indicated his intent to ensure compliance with the new statute by sending out letters to certain California companies—particularly those with numerous California employees—to ascertain compliance with the CPRA’s requirements for employees and job applicants. Enforcement of these provisions may move forward even though enforcement of certain CPRA regulations has been postponed until early next year as detailed in our previous client alert.

Please contact Scott Hall at or Coblentz Data Privacy & Cybersecurity attorneys if you receive a letter regarding your privacy compliance practices and would like assistance in responding.