Oregon Passes Consumer Privacy Law
Oregon is now the 11th state to pass consumer privacy legislation in the United States. On July 18, 2023, Oregon Governor Tina Kotek signed into law the Oregon Consumer Privacy Act (OCPA), which will take effect in two phases: on July 1, 2024 for for-profit entities and on July 1, 2025 for covered nonprofit organizations.
OCPA’s key provisions are detailed on this chart which offers a comparative review of all 11 state data privacy laws. Given the differences among these laws, compliance may present unique challenges for many companies. It may make sense for a company to gear its compliance program to the most stringent requirements across the board, rather than trying to implement varying requirements, processes and procedures for each state.
If you have questions about OCPA or any other state data privacy law, or if you would like assistance designing a compliance program for your company, please contact Virginia Fournier at [email protected].
A member of our California team, Virginia Fournier is a seasoned technology and privacy attorney with over 25 years of legal and business experience in the industry. She regularly handles a wide range of technology-related matters, including negotiating and drafting complex licensing agreements, compliance, data security and privacy, and intellectual property issues. Virginia is also a Certified Information Privacy Professional (CIPP/US and CIPP/E certifications)
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