Employer Guide to the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA)
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Signed into law by California Governor Jerry Brown on June 28, 2018, the CCPA is a comprehensive data privacy law.

The CCPA is designed to strengthen data security requirements for businesses and other organizations, and give consumers—California residents living in the state for anything other than a temporary or transitory purpose—more control over their personal information. The CCPA accomplishes this by creating a number of new consumer rights—rights organizations must protect in order to avoid major fines. The
What is the CCPA?
  • Who Does The Act Apply To?
  • Who Is Protected by the Act?
  • Personal Information as Defined by the CCPA
  • Enforcement
Employee/Consumer Rights and How They Impact Employers
  • Disclosure
  • Access
  • Deletion
  • Anti-discrimination
  • Opt Out and Website Requirements
  • Privacy Policy Requirements
Compliance Strategies
  • Data Security Beyond California Consumers
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