The CCPA, or the California Consumer Privacy Act, is a California state law that grants many privacy rights to residents of the state, such as the right to have their personal data deleted or corrected.

It applies to businesses that meet one of the following: Annually collects personal information from 50,000 or more consumers, devices or households, has a gross annual revenue of over $25 million, or makes at least 50% of its yearly revenue from selling personal information.

Learn more about CCPA in our CCPA article.