The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) grants California residents rights and control over their personal data. As consumers become increasingly aware of their granted rights, the number of data subject requests received by organisations under the CCPA have also been increasing. Responding to these requests is often a challenge, given the complexity of the process and the tight deadlines. In this blog post, our objective is to provide you with a clear overview of the key information for responding to Consumer Right Requests.
Responding to Data Subject Requests has been an ongoing challenge for organisations worldwide due to the complexity and tight deadlines of the process. July 1st 2020, California will become the first US state with an enforced comprehensive consumer privacy law, the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), creating new, broad privacy rights that impose significant obligations as well. The new law, which we can see as a Californian counterpart of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), might have a significant impact on entities that collect and share and sell personal data. While both the GDPR and CCPA provide rights to individuals in regard to managing their personal information , there are several overlaps and differences between them. Let’s take a look.