The California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018 (CCPA) provides California residents with a broad range of data privacy rights and is one of the most comprehensive data protection laws in the United States.
Pursuant to the CCPA, California residents now have rights related to accessing personal data, requesting the deletion of personal data, receiving notice of data processing activities, and opting out from the sale of data.
California is one of the largest economies in the world. Is your business impacted by the CCPA?
The CCPA applies not only to California-based businesses, but to companies located around the world that do business with (and collect information on) California residents. The CCPA will be felt well beyond California’s borders. Here’s how Thompson Hine can help:
- Website privacy policies
- Employee privacy notices
- Designated data request methods
- Verifying and responding to data requests
- CCPA training
- Vendor management and contracting
- Developing data incident response plans
If your organization has suffered a data breach or incident, please contact us at any time (24/7) here and a Thompson Hine cybersecurity attorney will respond to you as soon as possible.
California Legislature Extends CCPA’s Exemptions for Personal Information in the Employment and Business-to-Business Context - Privacy & Cybersecurity Update
September 18, 2020
Final CCPA Regulations Approved, Effective Immediately - Privacy & Cybersecurity Update
August 21, 2020
California Releases Final CCPA Regulations Ahead of July 1 Enforcement Deadline - Privacy & Cybersecurity Update
June 16, 2020
California Attorney General Publishes Modifications to CCPA Regulations - Privacy & Cybersecurity Update
March 16, 2020
California’s New Data Privacy Law Coming into Focus - Privacy & Cybersecurity Update
October 23, 2019
California’s New Privacy Law: Recent Amendments and Approaching Compliance Deadlines - Privacy & Cybersecurity Update
September 30, 2019