On January 1, 2020, the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) will go into effect. This new legislation is the first of what is anticipated to be many different state-driven privacy laws that will impact how organizations collect, use, and store personal data online.
Northwoods' digital marketing experts and Godfrey & Kahn's data privacy attorneys share a brief overview of CCPA compliance regulations, the steps you need to take to become compliant, why organizations should be paying close attention to online privacy, and a demo of a tool that makes meeting CCPA and other online privacy laws - both current and future - easy.
- What is CCPA and its specific regulations
- Which organizations are affected by CCPA
- What happens if you don't comply with CCPA
- Why companies should be paying close attention to online privacy in general
- What cookies are and how they're used to collect and store data online
- A tool you can use to make online compliance with CCPA and other privacy laws easier and more efficient