CCPA Compliance Guide

The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) was enacted to protect the privacy of California citizens and households. The CCPA establishes requirements for the collection, processing, and sale of personal data, and also introduces measures that enable citizens to control how their personal information is stored and processed.

Similar to the European Union's General Data Protection Regulation, the CCPA's reach expands beyond its legislative boundaries. It applies to all businesses that collect the data of Californians and fall in a designated earnings bracket, derive at least half of their revenue from selling the personal data of California residents, or interact with the data of a certain number of Californians.