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Key takeaways from the data rights report include that access and deletion are the most common types of requests, and that data accountability is a major technical challenge.
Though the CCPA is still relatively new, the state has already passed a substantial revision in the form of the California Privacy Rights Act (CPRA). Its terms will begin going active at the beginning of 2023.
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.
Ensuring data privacy and compliance with regulations like the CCPA involves layered, complex challenges for any business especially in the age of COVID-19.
The passage of a national privacy law is gaining momentum as more state laws like CCPA are adding to the scheme of divergent U.S. data protection laws that companies are struggling to reconcile.
Companies could devalue their customers’ payment data to avoid CCPA penalties and litigation by using techniques that make it difficult for hackers to exploit.
With CPRA, also known as CCPA 2.0, potentially heading to California’s November 2020 ballot, what are the steps that businesses need to take to be ready for the law?
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.
Web scraping can become a cautionary tale if it doesn’t comply with the GDPR, or, most recently, with the CCPA. What are the considerations and how can you do it successfully and with ease?