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Regulators are taking an increasingly active role to safeguard personal data. California passed the California Privacy Rights Act (CPRA) in 2020, following the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) in 2018 and Europe’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) in 2016. The CPRA will go into full effect in 2023.
The CCPA and CPRA are aimed at safeguarding consumer privacy and providing data protection for the residents of California. Any business that processes data from the people in the state must comply. In this report, Osterman Research released a survey looking at current compliance with the CCPA and how firms are approaching compliance for the CPRA. Here is an executive summary.
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Why businesses must ensure that third-party software vendors are compliant with the CPRA
How corporate website can leave you at risk of CPRA noncompliance
What steps you can take to avoid regulatory fines