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The first step in creating a CCPA-compliant plan is to determine if your company fits the criteria. Tell us a little bit about your company and we will let you know if you fall under CCPA's scope.


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What is CCPA?

Until now, data collection has been self-regulated by companies. With increased consumer concerns and a changing technological landscape,  it’s unsurprising California lawmakers decided to tighten things up.

Starting January 1, 2020, the law introduces several new consumer rights that brands may need to comply with, including:

Right to access information

Right to be forgotten

Right to opt out

Who does CCPA cover?

Businesses to that must comply with covered under CCPA must meet  at least one of the following criteria:

Businesses with annual gross revenues exceeding $25 million. 

Businesses who annually use the data of 50,000 or more Californians. )By “use,” we mean buy, collect, sell, or share in any way.)

Businesses that derive 50% or more of their annual revenue from selling California consumers’ personal information.


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