Transparency is a fundamental aspect of the California Consumer Privacy Act. The act creates consumer rights to access data and obligations for businesses to disclose data practices. One of the law’s effects will be increased scrutiny of privacy notices, specifically their details about a business’s data collection and sales practices. In this post for Privacy Tracker, IAPP Westin Fellow Mitchell Noordyke, CIPP/E, CIPP/US, applies the CCPA to the current privacy notice of theScore — a sports news application — one of the 17 apps The New York Times recently identified for sharing precise location data. The analysis illustrates how the CCPA will impact privacy notices when it comes into effect Jan. 1, 2020.
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