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What is a business under CPRA?

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The CPRA imposes most of its obligations on “businesses.” In short, a business is a person or entity subject to CPRA (that is to say “covered entities”) and only organizations that meet certain thresholds qualify as such.

Specifically, the term is defined to mean:

  • A sole proprietorship, partnership, limited liability company, corporation, or other legal entities organized or operated…

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