CCPA Part II: What The CCPA Will Mean For Your Compliance Platform

Editor's Note: This article was initially published on TrueAccord's blog and is republished here with the author's permission.

A couple weeks ago, I posted about the three main themes I heard in the public comment forum from consumer advocates, businesses, and trade groups on the new California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA). I heard from a number of ARM compliance professionals that the themes highlighted provoked discussion on how this law might impact our industry in particular. Today I want to take the discussion further and talk a bit about some of my concerns for how this law will likely add significant complications to your compliance platform.

The California Attorney General’s Office has been hosting a number of public comment forums around the state to hear from consumer advocates, business, and trade groups about the new California Consumer Privacy Act. The Act will require that businesses inventory and map personal data, provide consumers rights to see what data a business has collected, and allow consumers to opt out of data selling or transmission. If you have a website and interact with any consumers in California, you need to be concerned about the potential impacts of the CCPA to your business.

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