A comprehensive overview of the ins and outs of the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) law that covers the protection and use of personal data in the state of California. The law is being used as a model for a number of other US states as well.
The law applies to any company that has California-based customers and meets any one of these criteria:
Has at least $25 million in annual gross revenue
Has personal information on at least 50,000 people, households or devices
Earns at least half its money selling California consumers’ personal information
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