Privacy in California has been a hot topic among privacy professionals since the introduction of the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) in 2017. In November 2020, the California Privacy Rights Act (CPRA) was passed amending many of the CCPA’s provisions. The effective date of the CPRA is now on the horizon and with it comes additional consumer rights, the end of the CCPA’s employee exemption, a new category for sensitive personal information (SPI), and a new independent enforcement agency.
Download this checklist to help you define the tasks needed to comply with the CPRA’s requirements. For organizations that have already implemented a CCPA compliance program, this checklist will also help to highlight any gaps in your current program as well as the key steps you need to take to bring your program in line with the CPRA. Key areas of the checklist include:
- Extention of Consumer Rights
- Inclusion of Employee Rights
- Opt-Out of Sale & Share for Behavioral Advertising
- Internal Program Management & Data Governance
- On-Going Compliance
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