Tag Archives: California Consumer Privacy Act

CCPA: Let the Enforcement Begin



Nearly two years ago, the California legislature passed the most comprehensive privacy and cybersecurity law in the US – the California Consumer Privacy Act or CCPA. The law gives consumers a wide range of rights and creates a series of obligations for businesses – from giving consumers access to the information about them to acting on customer requests to stop selling personal data for marketing purposes or outright delete information in certain circumstances. Continue reading CCPA: Let the Enforcement Begin


Looking Back at CCPA



We’ve sliced and diced the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) into a four-course meal fit for any data king or queen. As a belated Valentine’s Day gift from the >Better Series to our loyal listeners, James, our host, serves up the dessert round of our CCPA discussions where he offers some new updates alongside a look back at all we’ve discussed. Enjoy!


Data Privacy Day 2020: What do new privacy laws mean for businesses?



 

You may not have noticed, but between the parades and football games, there was a seismic event on New Year’s Day 2020 that fundamentally changed the way we treat privacy in the United States. The California Consumer Privacy Act (or CCPA) went into effect, requiring businesses to give California residents an unprecedented level of access to, and control over, their personal information.

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