The California Consumer Privacy Act, or AB-375, is set to become operative on Jan 1st, 2020, and is the most broad-reaching data privacy legislation ever enacted in the U.S. The law is a seismic shift in the way companies collect data and protect consumer privacy. In reaction to consumer demands, the CCPA provides more legal protections and data rights for US consumers than ever before.
This overview outlines the key components of the CCPA:
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