The Ultimate Guide to California’s Data Privacy Act (CCPA)


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​The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) provides broader rights to consumers and stricter compliance requirements for businesses than any other state or federal privacy law on the books. Proactive businesses are already considering CCPA a de-facto U.S. privacy law and preparing privacy operations to address all consumer data they touch.

The California Consumer Privacy Act requires expert judgement in privacy management and team effort among data privacy officers, IT staff and business leaders. Privacy management may seem onerous but it doesn’t have to be painful.

A continuous data privacy process that can flexibly adjust as requirements change is what every organization needs. To make decisions you must understand the context of data collection, processing and use. Without a transparent privacy management process that empowers you and your team, the road will be rocky indeed.

CCPA compliance isn’t simply about avoiding penalties. Demonstrating your commitment to data privacy management can be a competitive advantage that creates trust and brand equity with customers. As expectations for privacy management rise in the face of escalating data breaches, your organization has an opportunity to build a data privacy program you’ll be proud to share.

Even if your organization has already prepared diligently for the EU GDPR, you’ll need to revisit your data privacy operations to comply with CCPA as the two laws have overlapping requirements but distinct differences.

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Core components of CCPA

The history, rights granted consumers, the scope of the law and the risks and obligations for businesses.


Key differences between CCPA and GDPR, so you can address each with appropriate measures.

Key Steps

Key differences between CCPA and GDPR, so you can address each with appropriate measures.