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It can be difficult to determine whether the CCPA applies to your organization. The law is complex, and there are various factors that determine whether your organization has to comply.
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Complying with the CCPA is challenging. There are many things you need to do: implement policies and procedures, develop a request management system, train your employees, etc. It’s difficult to know what to do first.
We can help. We’ve created a compliance timeline to show you what your organization needs to do when. And when you’re ready, we can help you execute.
The CCPA has a lot of requirements. And you may already have performed some of the required steps. It’s important to know what you've done and what you have left to do.
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Frequently Asked Questions
When is the deadline to comply with the CCPA?
January 1, 2020.
What are the fines for failing to comply with the CCPA?
- Up to $7,500 per intentional violation.
- Up to $750 per record lost in a breach.
Who does the law apply to:
Take our free CCPA Quiz to see if the CCPA applies to your organization.
What type of notice do companies need to give to consumers?
Before an organization collects personal data, the organization must inform California consumers of (1) what personal data the organization collects, (2) who the organizations collects that data from, (3) the purpose for collecting that data, (4) who the organization shares that data with, and (4) who the organization sells that data to.
Do nonprofits need to comply with the CCPA?
No, unless the nonprofit handles personal data from Californians on behalf of a for-profit entity.