What Rights Do Consumers Have Under the CCPA?

First signed into law in 2018, the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) was the first comprehensive consumer data privacy law to be enacted in the U.S. The law created an array of consumer privacy rights and business obligations regarding the collection and sale of personal information.

The CCPA was significantly amended and expanded in 2020, when California voters approved by ballot measure the California Privacy Rights Act (CPRA), sometimes referred to as “CCPA 2.0.” The two California consumer privacy laws have already had a profound impact on how businesses handle consumer data in the country’s most populous state – and largest economy.

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As the first consumer data privacy laws of its kind in the U.S., the CCPA and CPRA are likely to be a model for other states considering similar legislation.

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