The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) is a California state statute intended to enhance California residents’ privacy rights. The state government passed CCPA in June 2018 and began enforcing it on July 1, 2020. Although several high-profile companies have already made headlines for violating this law, and California has been imposing fines, many companies are still not prepared to comply with CCPA.
Before you can achieve CCPA compliance, you need to understand the law’s basics — what companies it applies to, what kind of information it protects, and what types of businesses need to comply. In this white paper, you’ll find everything you need to know to understand CCPA and the compliance journey.
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