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Why All US States Need Privacy Laws Like California Consumer Privacy Act

What Does the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) Do?

  1. People should know what personal information a company collects about them.
  2. People should know if their personal data is sold or shared, and with whom.
  3. People should have the power to say no to having their information sold or shared.
  4. People should have access to their information, even after it’s been collected and stored.
  5. People should not have to pay extra or be offered a different service if they choose to use their privacy rights.

What Types of Data are Protected?

Who Does CCPA Apply To?

  1. Has annual gross revenues of over $25 million;
  2. Possesses the personal information of 50,000 or more consumers, households, or devices; or
  3. Earns more than half of its revenue from selling customers’ personal information.

Why Do Other States Need Laws like This?

Why Is Regulating Tech Companies Important?

What Should Businesses Do?



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