Unless you have been living under a rock, you are well aware of the California Consumer Privacy Act. The bill made its way to Gov. Jerry Brown’s, D-Calif., desk last September; however, what has kept the CCPA in the limelight in the intervening months is its scope and potential impact. The CCPA is heralded by many as the most extensive consumer privacy legislation ever passed in the United States. In many ways, the CCPA is preoccupying privacy professionals in a way that is reminiscent of the EU General Data Protection Regulation about a year ago. In this piece for The Privacy Advisor, Radar CEO and President Mahmood Sher-Jan explains why privacy professionals should start to benchmark their privacy programs now in order to prepare for the CCPA before it goes into effect in January.
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