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I hope that you didn’t lay off your compliance department earlier this year, because there’s a lot going on. For example, from out of California comes the CCPA, effective in less than four weeks on 1/1/20. Susan Milazzo, the CEO of the California MBA, summed it up. “In very general terms, the key difference with the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), as compared to other privacy laws, is that previously companies had to agree not to sell or transfer data if a consumer requested as well as companies have a responsibility to maintain data security for consumer information. The CCPA gives consumers the right to ask businesses, that fit certain criteria, to provide them all of the personal information that business has on them and/or ask the business to delete that information…(read more)

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