"Let’s face it: There has been a lot of lamenting the California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018's existence," writes Santa Clara School of Law student Brendan Comstock, CIPP/US. "But rather than lament, let’s think about the ways it can have a positive impact. Many people have ridiculed its potential effect on startups, but the CCPA can actually help such companies," he argues. In this post for Privacy Perspectives, Comstock shares his thoughts on how the CCPA can be used to prevent onerous compliance measures from being placed on small businesses and startups.
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