California and Virginia were the first two states in the U.S. to pass comprehensive data privacy laws.
The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), the California Privacy Rights Act (CPRA), and Virginia’s Consumer Data Protection Act (VCDPA) create an array of consumer privacy rights and business obligations related to collecting, storing, and selling data.
Although each law has similar rights and obligations, there are also significant differences, which our complimentary CA vs. VA comparison chart details.
The chart covers the following:
- What are the basics?
- Whose data is protected?
- What data is protected?
- What types of data have heightened protections?
- What data is exempt?
- Who must comply?
- Who is exempt?
- What acts are covered?
- What rights are granted to individuals?
- What obligations are imposed on businesses?
- Who may enforce?
Learn more by downloading a free copy of our CA vs. VA comparison chart.