Although CCPA is intended for California consumers, enterprises across the U.S. are adjusting their cybersecurity procedures and policies in anticipation of further regulations.
Study shows the lack of protection mechanism against privacy risks hinders both the financial services companies and customers from benefiting from data-centric value-added services.
A proposed update from the state Attorney General is set to change the new CCPA up a bit just two months in, granting some small concessions in the privacy rules for both businesses and end users.
With data privacy laws becoming a focus for many global and U.S. state governments in 2019, this year will prove to be challenging for companies as they attempt to comply with the many regulations pertaining to the personal data of customers.
Hundreds of written comments received by the California Office of the Attorney General show that there is still confusion and possible expansion of the CCPA.
With the Privacy Shield under fierce criticisms, there is now consideration for the European Commission to grant “adequacy” to an individual US state – California with it's CCPA.
How could companies best prepare themselves to face potential CCPA litigation following a data security incident and protect against data breach claims seeking exorbitant statutory penalties?
Facebook thinks CCPA does not apply to them as businesses can install their web tracking system Pixel for free and pay only to deliver targeted ads based on the information they harvest.