California Consumer Privacy Act
The CCPA is set to be the toughest privacy law in the United States. It broadly expands the rights of consumers and requires companies within scope to be significantly more transparent about how they collect, use, and disclose personal information.
The California Consumer Privacy Act applies to any business that offers goods and services to the residents of California, having revenue of $25+ million or stores, process data of more than 50,000 people or earns 50% or more of it’s revenue from selling consumers personal data.
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The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) is a bill passed by the state of California legislature on June 28, 2018. The CCPA is set to be the toughest privacy law in the United States. It broadly expands the rights of consumers and requires companies within scope to be significantly more transparent about how they collect, use, and disclose personal information. The CCPA is effective January 1, 2020, and enforcement is slated to begin no later than July 1, 2020.
Any business that offers products or services to CA residents and collects their personal information, regardless of the location of the business, and: has $25 million or more in annual gross revenues; Possesses the personal data of 50,000 or more consumers, households, or devices; or Earns more than 50% of its annual revenue from selling consumers’ personal data.
CCPA does not applies to non-profit organizations and companies falling under HIPPA and following the same privacy and security standards.
Civil penalty up to $2,500 per violation or $7,500 per intentional violation, plus injunction.
Damages: $100 to $750 per consumer per incident or actual damages.