The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) is a complicated, confusing and comprehensive state privacy law that impacts most marketing research and data analytics companies and departments, and covers almost all consumer data, online or otherwise. In 2023, it will be modified and superceded by the California Privacy Rights Act (CPRA).
CCPA requires extensive disclosure about data collection, use and sharing, and consumer rights to data access, deletion and opt out (from data sharing/sale). It also further expands penalties for data security breaches, punishable by private lawsuits. The Attorney General has wide latitude to enforce the law.
- New Law: The California Consumer Privacy Act
- First Updates to the California Consumer Privacy Act
- CCPA Wins: Amendments Head to Governor for Signature
- CCPA Compliance Checklist
- CCPA: What is a Sale and Who is a Service Provider
- CCPA: Basic Compliance Roadmap
- Model Unilateral CCPA Contract Provision for Vendors/Suppliers (a benefit only for company members)
- CCPA: Attorney General's Enforcement Plans
- Closer Look at Redrafted CCPA Regulations
- Model Data Privacy Contract Addendum for CCPA -- one for vendors and one for clients (a benefit only for company members)
- California Data Broker Registry is Now Online – Is Your Insights Company Registered?
- CCPA FAQ: Does California's New Privacy Law Apply to Non-Profits?
- CCPA: Third Draft Suggests California Attorney General is Close to Finalizing Privacy Rules
- CCPA Update: California AG Submits Final Data Privacy Regulations for Approval and Clarifies Intent to Enforce Them on July 1
- CCPA FAQ: Responding to a Right to Know Request
- CCPA Regulations Approved and Effective Immediately
- CCPA FAQ: How Does California’s Privacy Law Impact Blinded Research Studies?
- CCPA Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
- Yet More CCPA Changes Proposed by California Attorney General in Newest Draft Privacy Rules
- CCPA FAQs: Businesses and Service Providers
- CCPA Enforcement Update from the AG
- California AG Broadside on CCPA Global Privacy Controls
- Analyzing the California Privacy Rights Act - CPRA
- California Privacy Regulator Will Issue CPRA Regulations Late
Disclaimer: The information provided by the Insights Association is for informational purposes only and not for the purpose of providing legal advice. Please contact your attorney to obtain advice on specific issues or questions.