Key Differentiators Your Data Privacy Team Needs To Know About CCPA
At a Glance: Understanding How CCPA Compares and Contrasts to the European Union’s GPDR.
To help California companies prepare for CCPA, 2B Advice has put together this GDPR vs. CCPA guidance to help them dig through the regulations.
One of the more comprehensive data privacy laws to come out of the United States to date is the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), scheduled to go into effect on January 1, 2020. This law creates a number of new rights for consumers and considerable compliance concerns for businesses with connections to California and its residents.
While many of the provisions have been modeled after GDPR, nobody should mistake the CCPA for a “GDPR Light”. The CCPA has a distinctly California – style flavor, and many of its requirements have no matching companion provisions in the GDPR. It is imperative to understand those differences and the requirements of the CCPA in their totality.
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