California Consumer Privacy Act

The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), originally passed in 2018, that went into effect in 2020 significantly changed California's consumer data collection rules. Among other things, it requires businesses subject to the Act to notify “consumers” (any resident of California) about the kinds of personal information it collects about them and what that information will be used for. It also requires such businesses to, upon request, disclose and deliver such information to the consumer or, with some exceptions, delete such information.

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