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CCPA vs. CPRA

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Sep 1, 2022
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CCPA vs. CPRA

California's Privacy Regulations: What You Need to Know

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The CCPA and the CPRA are two similar, but very different pieces of legislation. The CCPA was created to protect the personal information of Californians, while the CPRA seeks to do the same for all Americans. While the CCPA applies to any business that collects or processes the personal information of Californians, the CPRA will only apply to businesses that collect or process the personal information of Americans as a whole. This means that businesses operating in California will need to comply with both pieces of legislation in order to protect the personal information of their customers and employees. However, there are some key differences between the two pieces of legislation that businesses should be aware of. For example, the CCPA requires businesses to disclose what personal information they collect and how it is used, while the CPRA does not. 

The CCPA also gives Californians the right to know what personal information is being collected about them, while the CPRA does not. Finally, the CCPA gives Californians the right to opt-out of having their personal information collected or sold, while the CPRA does not. Businesses operating in California should be aware of these differences and prepare for them now in order to avoid penalties when the CPRA goes into effect in January 2023. You can find more information on these differences in our free eBook, which is available now.

Learn how the CCPA compares to the CPRA and how it could affect your business. The CPRA is an amendment to the CCPA with some significant modifications that will be enforced in January 2023. However, businesses operating in California should prepare for it now. This eBook will give you a run-through of the key components to note as well as some practical tips.

This free eBook is a MUST for any business operating in California — it includes the key components to note when comparing CCPA and CPRA, as well as some practical tips for complying with each efficiently without compromising business growth.

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