Vendor Contracts: Contractual Requirements Under California Privacy Laws

The California Privacy Laws (CCPA/CPRA) require businesses to safeguard consumer data, especially when working with external vendors. When working with third-party vendors, service providers, and contractors, ensuring CCPA/CPRA compliance means establishing clear, legally binding contracts that protect consumer data throughout its lifecycle. These contracts set clear expectations and responsibilities regarding the handling of consumer personal […]

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Minimize Your Data, Minimize Your CPRA Risk: Streamlined Data for Better Compliance

The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) and its amendment, the California Privacy Rights Act (CPRA), grant California residents strong privacy rights, such as understanding what data businesses collect, having it deleted, and limiting its use. A core principle is data minimization—collecting and storing only the necessary personal information. The CPRA explicitly mandates data minimization, purpose […]

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CCPA/CPRA Privacy Notices: Building Trust and Ensuring Compliance

The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) and its amendment, the California Privacy Rights Act (CPRA), require businesses to provide consumers with clear and comprehensive privacy notices. Well-crafted privacy notices are crucial for demonstrating compliance and empowering California consumers with control over their personal information and as such are essential for building trust and ensuring compliance. […]

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Understanding Personal Information Under CCPA/CPRA: A Guide for California Businesses

The cornerstone of CCPA and CPRA compliance hinges on correctly understanding what constitutes “personal information.” California’s data privacy laws have a broad definition, making it essential for businesses to know what data points fall under these regulations. Let’s break down the key categories and recent updates that you need to be aware of. What is […]

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CCPA/CPRA Compliance: What California Businesses Need to Know 

California’s privacy framework demands serious attention from businesses operating in the state. These laws grant consumers extensive control over how their personal information is collected, used, and shared. Failing to comply can expose businesses to significant financial penalties and reputational damage. Proactive compliance with the help of experts can safeguard consumer privacy and protect businesses […]

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Action required: Ensure compliance with UK Data Transfer Mechanism

In 2022, the UK government introduced new mechanisms for transferring personal data outside the country. Previously, companies relied on EU Standard Contractual Clauses (EU SCCs) for data transfers. However, post-Brexit, the UK introduced its own alternatives:  The International Data Transfer Agreement (“IDTA”) – A equivalent of the EU SCCs for international data transfers for international […]

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