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2B Advice can give your business a clearer picture of what the key requirements of this privacy regulation are, what steps you can take to meet them and how much time and effort you can expect to put into each step.
Our certified privacy law experts can help you assess your organization’s exposure to risk and design an appropriate level of mitigation.
2B Advice has helped thousands of organizations navigate data protection and privacy laws with experience and know-how developed over 17 years as one first data privacy services and technology firms in the U.S. and Europe.
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Why You Need CCPA Consulting
The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) provides California residents with the ability to control how businesses process their personal information.
Regardless of where they are physically based, businesses will be required to honor requests from California residents to access, delete, and opt out of selling or sharing their information. The CCPA covers for-profit companies “doing business” in California that collect and sell personal information or discloses personal data for a business purpose.
The CCPA went into effect in January 1st, 2020. The act will have significant impact on corporate privacy initiatives of both large and small businesses. Even companies who have GDPR compliance programs in place will need to put additional measures in place.
The CCPA will be enforced by the California Attorney General, who may pursue statutory penalties which can go up to $7,500 per violation. The Act also provides for a private right of action in specific circumstances. For instance, if “non-encrypted or non-redacted” consumer information is compromised because of a failure of reasonable security, a consumer may bring a legal action for statutory damages ranging from $100 to $750 per violation or actual damages, whichever is greater.
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