When: April 30 | 2020 Attend
The groundbreaking California Consumer Privacy Act has been nicknamed California's GDPR, referring to the European Union's comprehensive data protection law that took effect in May 2018, just one month before the CCPA was passed. The CCPA, which comes into effect in January 2020, creates sweeping new rights for Californians and onerous transparency and other obligations for businesses handling their information.
Businesses that have undertaken GDPR compliance will have an advantage in addressing CCPA, but those efforts alone won't suffice. The two laws share some key components, yet present crucial differences. On this webinar we aim to assist organizations in understanding and comparing the relevant provisions of the GDPR and the CCPA, to clarify and what they mean for your privacy operations, and ensure compliance with both pieces of legislation. You’ll learn:
- Differences in the scope of application,
- The nature and extent of collection limitations,
- The rules concerning accountability,
- Key differences so you don’t miss important requirements or “over-comply” by giving consumers wider scope of information than required.