The Ultimate Guide to Data Privacy Laws in 2023
Data privacy is no joke. As more laws are enacted around the world, you need to make sure that your business is compliant – and have the records to prove it. Our eBook gives you the information and transparency you need to ensure that your customers and lawmakers can trust you.
Data Privacy in 2023
A step-by-step guide to following CPRA requirements in 2023. If you are an operator of a business or an organization in California, you must comply with California Privacy Right Act (CPRA).
If you are an operator of a business or an organization in California, you must comply with California Privacy Right Act (CPRA).
Provide Consumers with Notice of Their Right to Action.
Your users can take private action against your business if you are not compliant with CPRA rules.
The Difference Between CCPA and CPRA
CCPA and CPRA are two different laws that apply to California residents and business owners. Find out how they differ and what you should do to ensure you’re staying compliant with both.
Keep Sensitive Personal Information Safe
“Sensitive personal information” means a person’s medical or health information that is not publicly available, including genetic and biometric data; sexual orientation or sexual and gender identity; political affiliations; trade union membership; or the commission, investigation, or prosecution of a crime.