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CCPA for employees

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Train your team online. Ensure CCPA compliance. Prevent risks of fines.

From July 2020, the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) will be in full enforcement and any for-profit entity doing business in California that collects, shares, or sells California consumers' personal data requires a training! Failure to comply could result in severe financial sanctions for your company.

Our comprehensive 45-minute online training turns the complexity of CCPA into an easily understood set of fully legally-vetted principles and best practices. Through multimedia content, real-life examples and interactive elements, our CCPA training raises your employees' awareness of data privacy.

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In developing this course, lawpilots used the language of the statute (CCPA), legal literature, and information received from the law firm of Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton LLP.

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    FAQ

    • Introduction to CCPA and data protection
    • Data processing after the CCPA
    • Data minimization and pseudonymization
    • Handling consumer rights requests
    • Handling privacy violations

    The short answer is yes. Section 1798.135(a)(3) of the CCPA requires businesses to “ensure that all individuals responsible for handling consumer inquiries about the business’s privacy practices or the business’s compliance with this title are informed of all requirements in Section 1798.120 and this section and how to direct consumers to exercise their rights under those sections.”

    The regulation applies to all for-profit entities that a) do business in California b) collect or sell the personal information of California residents and c) meet at least one of the the following criteria:

    The business generates annual gross revenue in excess of $25 million
    The business buys, receives, or sells the personal information of 50,000 or more California residents, households or devices
    The business derives more than half of its annual revenue from selling the personal information of California residents
    Also bear in mind that CCPA compliance will quickly become standard business practice across the United States – even in cases where it is not a strict legal requirement. Businesses nationwide will use it as a standard checklist item in vendor selection criteria. Consumers will view it as a must-have sign of a business they can trust. Note: CCPA does not apply to non-profit entities or the government.

    The regulation applies to all for-profit entities that do business in California and collect or sell personal data from California residents. “Doing business” is broadly interpreted. For example, operating a website where California residents are asked for personal information would qualify.
    Also bear in mind that CCPA compliance will quickly become standard business practice across the United States – even in cases where it is not a strict legal requirement. Businesses nationwide will use it as a standard checklist item in vendor selection criteria. Consumers will view it as a must-have sign of a business they can trust.