CCPA (California Consumer Privacy Act)

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As one of the first privacy laws passed after the GDPR, the CCPA is acting as the model for other states in the US. UU. As of January 1, 2020, the CCPA applies to a company that collects / processes the personal data of California residents or does business in California. The CCPA grants rights to consumers in a manner similar to the GDPR, including the disclosure of personal information and requests for personal data. Companies must respond to verifiable requests from consumers with information, such as categories and personal information data, third parties and third-party categories with which data is shared, and more.

These businesses are subject to the CCPA if they either:

Exceed a gross revenue of $25 million.

Buy, receive, sell, or share (combined total) personal information of 50,000 or more consumers households, or devices.

Gain 50% or more of annual revenue from selling consumer’s personal information.

The Future of Data Privacy in the United States. Kyle Schryver·August 1, 2019 . CPO Magazine. URL: https://www.cpomagazine.com/data-protection/the-future-of-data-privacy-in-the-united-states/

Useful links to the likely data privacy law in the United States