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Businesses prepare to spend heavily on CCPA compliance

…businesses are CCPA compliant. Sixteen percent have not even started the process toward compliance. The remaining 72 percent are in various stages of progress. Half of the 250 small, mid-sized and large companies surveyed were subject to both GDPR and CCPA, the other half were subject to CCPA only.…

83% of consumers now aware of marketers tracking their locations — study

…survey shows, consumers are now more actively aware of data usage by marketers and trying to take more control over it. That will only accelerate when CCPA takes effect next year. However, marketers shouldn’t fear a “datageddon.” With greater transparency and education there’s reason to believe that…

Can CCPA, GDPR compliance help marketers exceed consumer expectations?

…with an e-commerce store that doesn’t meet CCPA criteria, may not realize they are affected by CCPA because they operate exclusively in Illinois. However, the CCPA covers California residents who make transactions outside of the state as well.” With CCPA just around the corner — the law goes into…

GDPR complaints stack up across the EU as regulators prepare to issue fines

…legislation has died down, we’ve seen momentum in the United States toward stricter state data privacy laws such as California’s Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) as well as possible federal legislation. More laws, mean more tools. OneTrust released OneTrust 4.0, an updated version of its main compliance…

What is identity resolution?

…the use of personal data, such as Europe’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), the soon-to-be implemented California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) and potential upcoming federal legislation, might throw a monkey wrench into companies’ ability to collect and use second- and third-party data.…


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The United States finally starts to talk about data privacy legislation

…in these discussions. California steps up, other states to follow Last month, California signed into law the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), a stringent “GDPR-like” data privacy bill — the first of its kind in this country. Because of California’s size and influence, the law is likely…

IAB tells Congress to pass broad privacy legislation, but outlook is mixed

…will reinforce privacy, security, and trust.” ‘Don’t follow GDPR, CCPA’. The IAB’s Grimaldi, testifying before the House Subcommittee on Consumer Protection and Commerce, counseled Congress to avoid relying on the EU’s GDPR or CCPA as models. “These frameworks are not new approaches, only more…

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