Eric Goldman writes:
Yesterday, I did a webinar for the California Lawyers Association on the status of the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA). This post recaps the discussion.
A Quick Overview of the CCPA
The CCPA imposes 6 new obligations on covered businesses: they have to make specified disclosures to consumers, provide consumers with a data erasure capacity, provide consumers with data portability, allow consumers to opt-out of data sales (or opt-in in the case of minors), and not discriminate against consumers on the basis of personal information. The law also creates a private cause of action for certain data breaches.
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