Consumer privacy and data collection are at the forefront of technology-driven policy issues facing lawmakers at the state and federal levels. California’s latest privacy legislation, the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), grants state residents new, wide-ranging rights pertaining to the collection and use of their personal information.
Passed by the California Assembly in 2018, CCPA is a groundbreaking law designed to protect consumer privacy. Its application is estimated to affect more than 500,000 businesses while substantially impacting companies that collect and utilize consumer-level data. California isn’t the first state to pass privacy legislation; however, given that its economy is the fifth-largest in the world, this new law will impact organizations on a global scale.
Elliott Davis has prepared a downloadable resource to provide more information on CCPA and how it may impact your organization or company.
Our Risk Advisory and Cybersecurity group is available to answer questions on CCPA and other data privacy measures. Contact a member of our team to see how we can assist you.
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