The California Consumer Privacy Act, or AB 375, is the most stringent privacy legislation enacted by a U.S. state to protect consumer privacy. The Act, which is set to take effect on January 1, 2020, has significant implications for individuals as well as organizations. While it offers California residents a range of new rights, it also threatens the established business models of organizations that trade in consumer data.
This California Consumer Privacy Act will outline the key provisions of the CCPA, underscore the new rights provided to California consumers, and review the implications for organizations that do business in California.
Please note that this material is provided for informational purposes only and is not intended to be, nor should be understood as, legal advice. If you have questions or need legal advice about how this legislation applies to your job responsibilities, please direct them to your supervisor, the Human Resources department, or the Legal department of your company.
Course Learning Objectives
By taking this online California Consumer Privacy Act course, the user will learn to:
- Summarize the stages in the evolution of the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA).
- Outline the scope of the CCPA.
- Recognize the rights provided to California consumers by the CCPA.
- Review the implications for businesses.
- List compliance requirements for businesses impacted by the CCPA.
- Identify sanctions and penalties for non-compliance.
This online California Consumer Privacy Act course is made up of the following sections:
- An Overview of the Act
- Consumer Rights Under the Act
- Implications for Businesses
- Sanctions and Penalties
This California Consumer Privacy Act online training course was designed for California consumers and businesses.
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