CCPA is the California Consumer Privacy Act. It ensures California residents have more power and knowledge about the use of their personal data.
The California Consumer Privacy Act, CCPA for short, focuses on enhancing data protection of California residents. It targets four general rights of the residents.
The first is the ‘right to know’, which gives the residents the right to request and receive information about their personal data from business, whose services they have used. This includes information about what data has been collected, processed or sold and for what reasons.
The second is the ‘right to delete’, which ensures any resident can request business to delete data collected about them.
The third is the ‘right to opt-out’, that means residents can request form businesses, that their personal data will no longer be sold.
And the fourth is the ‘right to non-discrimination’. The fourth right ensures business cannot deny offering the residents certain products or services or charging them different sums for existing products or services.
As a business that wants to be CCPA compliant you would have to make sure all rights of the CCPA are enforced on your web services. This includes:
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