Avoiding a compliance overload: a look at the California Consumer Privacy Act

California's Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) comes into effect in 2020. If you collect PI about US residents, you should be paying attention to this law. The fine for 1,000 wrongly held records is $7.5 million.

by Eleanor Treharne-Jones

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