California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA)
Getting ready for the CCPA Jan 2020
Don't wait to get fined or sued for your website, mobile app or social media
One of the new items we are working on over the next few months and into 2020 and beyond at Data 360 is helping businesses with CCPA compliance.
If you need help with getting compliant with CCPA because you didn't know that it applies to your business, digital marketing. sales, or HR recruiting on the web, mobile app, email, or social media specifically, message us at firstname.lastname@example.org for help.
Below we highlighted the two parts of CCPA that are probably true for some of you:
1) You have a website available in California
2) You have information on 50,000 or more people (this includes email, Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, WhatsApp, Telegram. the groups in all of these, payment information, past clients, past transactions, conference databases, old student/workshop information, events...)
What is the CCPA?
The California Consumer Privacy Protection Act’s (CCPA) broad privacy requirements are entirely new to the United States—and with a compliance deadline of January 1, 2020, the clock is ticking.
Here’s how you know if your company needs to comply:
Are each of the following true?
(1) Your organization collects Personal Information from Consumers, or another organization collects it for you.
(2) You determine what to do with that Personal Information.
(3) Your website is available in California.
Are one or more of the following true?
(4) You have annual gross revenues in excess of $25,000,000.
(5) You annually buy, share or receive, or sell the Personal Information of more than 50,000 consumers, household or devices based in California. THIS INCLUDES SOCIAL MEDIA AND ALL OF ITS FORMS - GROUPS, MESSAGING SYSTEMS, ETC.
(6) You receive 50% or more of your annual revenue from selling Personal Information.
And, if you're familiar with GDPR, (or expanding into Europe soon), you need to know how GDPR compares to CCPA (source PWC).