Articles: CCPA (4)

The CCPA's "Business to Business" Exemption: AB 1355

The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) has attracted some criticism from businesses due to its extensive definition of personal information. The broad definition of "consumer" covers all California...

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CCPA: What Constitutes a "Sale" of Personal Information?

The main purpose of the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) is to enable consumers to opt out of the sale of their personal information. However, there's a lot of...

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CCPA: What Constitutes "Sharing for Business Purposes"

Many businesses are worried about the CCPA's broad definition of "selling" personal information. Under the CCPA, "selling" personal information includes sharing it for any "valuable consideration" (benefit). A...

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What the Zoom Class Action Means For Your Business

The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) has transformed the state of privacy law in the United States. As the CCPA gradually takes effect, we're already seeing consumers bringing...

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Consumer Rights Under the CCPA

One of the biggest responsibilities for businesses covered by the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) is to facilitate consumers' rights under the law. This means putting systems in place...

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The Complete Guide to CCPA Service Providers

Service providers are an important part of the CCPA. Under the right conditions, businesses can share personal information with service providers in a way that does not count...

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