The Westin Research Center has released a new tool to help IAPP members understand the California Consumer Privacy Act. The “CCPA Rights and Obligations Tool” organizes the act’s consumer rights and business obligations around the different phases of interaction with a consumer described in the act — initial disclosure and notice requirements and receipt and response to a consumer request — the act’s enforcement provisions, and its security obligations. The tool is intended to help privacy professionals navigate the network of consumer rights, the business obligations that flow from those rights, and the independent obligations placed on a business that comprise the CCPA. In this post for Privacy Perspectives, IAPP Westin Fellow Mitchell Noordyke, CIPP/E, CIPP/US, describes his work on the tool and how it works.
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