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California Sets New Standard for Privacy


8/26/19: Without a national law for data security, privacy and breach notification, California has passed its own state law taking on those issues: the California Consumer Privacy Act.  Originally set to take effect on January 1, 2020, the implementation data has been moved to July 1, giving companies an extra six months to develop their responses...

In a two-part post on Corruption, Crime & Compliance, Michael Volkov provides guidance on the new law, how it differs from taken GDPR, and (in Part 2) key action to take for compliance with the law.  Explains Volkov, “Companies that conduct business in California, collect personal information from California residents, process (or have third party process) such personal information, and meets certain revenue thresholds are subject to the CCPA.”...

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California Sets New Standard for Privacy

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