The CCPA: California Consumer Privacy Act provides California consumers with a number of rights pertaining to their personally identifiable information (PII). These rights allow consumers to request disclosures pertaining to what PII a business has collected, request the deletion of the collected PII, and opt-out of the sale of their
The CCPA: California Consumer Privacy Act requires certain businesses to make a number of rights available for consumers, including providing consumers with the ability to opt-out of the sale of their personally identifiable information (PII), request the deletion of their collected PII, and request disclosures regarding what PII has been
Privacy policies serve a number of different functions. For businesses, Privacy Policies provide an opportunity to directly communicate its privacy practices to consumers. Pertinent information in the policies, such as who may access the consumer’s information, how long the data is stored, and the purpose of the data collection, ultimately
The California Consumer Privacy Act (“CCPA”) will be enforced by the California Attorney General beginning July 1st, 2020. Until then, companies required to comply with the CCPA will have to establish a clear understanding of seemingly unambiguous terms, including the definition of what it means to be selling personal information.
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is arguably one of the most comprehensive and heavily enforced privacy laws in the world. GDPR went into effect on May 25, 2018 and aims to protect the personal data of European Union residents by providing them with certain privacy rights, requiring websites to
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is a privacy law that went into effect on May 25, 2018, with the goal of protecting the personal information of residents of the European Union. As arguably the most comprehensive and most frequently enforced privacy law in the world, GDPR provides extensive privacy