DSAR Management in 2023

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The many privacy laws implemented in different jurisdictions worldwide clearly spell out the right of consumers to access or legally claim their data. Gartner predicts that by 2023, 65% of the global population will be subject to a similar data privacy law.  One facet of this shift in emphasis toward data access is the introduction […]

Virginia’s New Privacy Law – What Businesses Need to Know  

Viriginias New Privacy law

The Virginia Consumer Data Privacy Act is going into effect on January 1, 2023. How does it already have changes?! Well, the law was signed a few years ago, and various regulators have added their opinions. That means, if you read up on the law a few months ago, you may not have all the […]

Understanding the California Privacy Rights Act and CMP Consent  

Understanding the California Privacy Rights Act and CMP Consent

The California Privacy Act requires all companies to inform customers regarding the data they collect and how they use it. Because online consumer information is more valuable than ever, a lot of regulation has been going on.  The new law was implemented in California in November 2020, so it is vital to understand what the […]

Child Privacy Rights and Online Consent Management Under CPRA: Your Responsibilities

Child Privacy Rights and Online Consent Management Under CPRA

In the United States, California is widely known to have some of the strictest data privacy laws for online consumers. The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) and the California Privacy Rights Act (CPRA) are the two that just about every business knows they need to comply with. If you aren’t familiar with online consent management, […]

Cookies, California and CCPA Compliance: What You Need to Know 

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The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), which took effect on January 1, 2020, is one of the most comprehensive and broadest data privacy laws in the U.S. This landmark legislation affects certain business collecting, storing, and selling information about California residents and sets the stage for countrywide privacy protections.    As a business, the CCPA requires […]