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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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IT Security Policy

As your company grows, it will handle increasing amounts of personal and sensitive information. As you bring on new staff and expand your operations, you'll acquire more and...

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Work-From-Home Data Security Checklist for Your Employees

The COVID-19 pandemic has prompted big changes in how companies operate. Remote working may be mandatory for some time. Even once restrictions ease off, you may find that your...

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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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Privacy, Cybersecurity, and Your Remote Employees

As businesses are increasingly working remotely, cybercriminals have been quick to take advantage of the vulnerable and unprepared. The FBI has warned of a surge in COVID-19-related cyberattacks....

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