Free eBook: Your Guide to CCPA Compliance

The Practical Implications of the California Consumer Privacy Act
…for Affected Businesses Everywhere

The California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018 (CCPA) was hurriedly put together with the aim of creating an enforceable consumer privacy law that provides strong protections for residents of California. The Act has had its fair share of criticism, mostly due to numerous drafting errors and ambiguities, causing consternation amongst the thousands of businesses preparing for compliance. Following the initial round of amendments pushed through last year, California’s Attorney General has recently signed off further amendments to CCPA law. And now there are murmerings of a CCPA 2.0 on the horizon.

There are fears that the current version of the CCPA, which comes into effect on January 1, 2020 may offer little help to companies struggling to achieve compliance. Some business leaders even claim that the present law could incentivize private enforcers to file suDOWNLOAD YOUR FREE GUIDEits, resulting in severe penalties – even in cases where violations do not cause any actual harm.

The aim of this e-book is to provide a measure of clarity for businesses that fall within the scope of the CCPA. We have majored on several key aspects of the new law, to help you consider your current processes and policies, define the changes you need to implement, and any new systems you may need to deploy and educate your staff on the responsibilities of protecting personal data.


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Peter Borner
Executive Chairman and Chief Trust Officer

As Co-founder, Executive Chairman and Chief Trust Officer of The Data Privacy Group, Peter Borner leverages over 30 years of expertise to drive revenue for organisations by prioritising trust. Peter shapes tailored strategies to help businesses reap the rewards of increased customer loyalty, improved reputation, and ultimately higher revenue. His approach provides clients with ongoing peace of mind, solidifying their foundation in the realm of digital trust.

Specialises in: Privacy & Data Governance

Peter Borner
Executive Chairman and Chief Trust Officer

As Co-founder, Executive Chairman and Chief Trust Officer of The Data Privacy Group, Peter Borner leverages over 30 years of expertise to drive revenue for organisations by prioritising trust. Peter shapes tailored strategies to help businesses reap the rewards of increased customer loyalty, improved reputation, and ultimately higher revenue. His approach provides clients with ongoing peace of mind, solidifying their foundation in the realm of digital trust.

Specialises in: Privacy & Data Governance

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