The California Consumer Privacy Act (AB 375, or CCPA for short) is a law passed by California’s state legislature in June of 2018. As indicated by its name, the law focuses on personal data and is designed in large part to enable California citizens to more easily and readily request, delete, or protect their personal information stored and processed in an organization’s environment.
 
The new regulation comes as a response to a demand for stricter regulations and stronger enforcement for businesses whose practices result in the mishandling or the exploitation of their customers’ private data.

 

In this primer you will learn:

  • Definitions, qualifications, and penalties within the bill
  • How the CCPA is similar to, and different from, the GDPR
  • What types of organizations to which this new law will apply
  • Technologies and methodologies recommended to decrease scope and improve CCPA compliance
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