CCPA, CPRA, and Global Privacy Control: Moving Toward a More Private Web
September 21, 2021 |1pm EDT | 10am PDT
With internet usage at an all-time high, millions of consumers are creating and reinforcing habits and privacy expectations. Now, more than ever, companies are required to adapt to laws and tech standards that give consumers more control over their privacy.
The Global Privacy Control (GPC), a tech standard spearheaded by a group of privacy advocates, publishers, and browser makers to create a global setting in browsers, allows users to signal their opt-out preferences to websites. GPC is a milestone in the adoption and support of leading publishers, consent management platforms, and importantly, the California Attorney General, with their office emphasizing that GPC must be honored by companies when a consumer uses it as an opt-out of the sale of personal information.
Watch this on-demand webinar with Ashkan Soltani, an independent researcher who worked on drafting CCPA and CPRA, and Alex Cash, OneTrust PreferenceChoice Offering Lead, to learn how regulations, browsers, and CMPs are aligning to give consumers more control over their data.
- Gain an overview of Global Privacy Control and a comparison to “Do Not Track”
- Learn about the California Attorney General’s requirement for companies to fulfill opt-out of sales requests consumers make through Global Privacy Control (GPC)
- Discover how a CMP fits in with new consumer expectations and tech standards
Ashkan Soltani is an independent researcher and technologist specializing in privacy, security, and technology policy. His work draws attention to privacy problems online, demystifies technology for the non-technically inclined, and provides data-driven insights to help inform policy. He was formerly the Chief Technologist of the Federal Trade Commission.
Alex Cash is the Offering Manager for OneTrust PreferenceChoice – part of the #1 most widely used privacy, security and governance technology platform. In his role, Cash oversees the global OneTrust PreferenceChoice team and works with emerging and enterprise companies on best practices to drive engaging user experiences and build trust while demonstrating compliance across 100s of global data privacy regulations, including the CCPA, TCPA, CASL and GDPR.