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Advantages of CCPA for Ecommerce

The California Consumers Privacy Act (CCPA) is set to be indoctrinated on January 1st, 2020 and will transform the eCommerce marketplace in California – and the rest of the nation, as more states adopt the principals CCPA aims to set as standard. The laws being introduced are regarding the data businesses collect

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How Does CCPA Affect Me? – Businesses in California

With the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) set to be indoctrinated January 1st, 2020, businesses that are operating in California that fall under rule of law must take action. Asking the question “How Does CCPA Affect Me?” should be the first step Ecommerce businesses are taking to fully understand the

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Surveys in Data Governance – Is There Room For Them?

For companies aiming to be in full compliance with the CCPA when the law is enacted on January 1st, data governance, data mapping, and data inventory should be at the forefront of priorities. These processes are essential to any compliancy initiative – but what happens when they are unreliable, and data maps

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Map Personal Information for CCPA?

Businesses need to map personal information now to have full control and insight into all customer data, or Personal Information (PI) as defined by the CCPA. How Do I Map Personal Information in My Business for CCPA? To comply with the CCPA’s definition of Personal Information, businesses must build a full map of

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What Does Personal Information (PI) Mean Under CCPA

The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) is set to be indoctrinated on January 1st, 2020, and will change the consumer privacy landscape across the United States of America. Largely inspired by the General Data Privacy Regulation (GDPR), the CCPA is very similar in its quest to move control of consumer data back

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Why CCPA Needs Workflow

Its January 1st and your first 5 CCPA SAR’s just came in from data; how do you turn this around? What does it look like? The answer is Workflows.  We learned with GDPR that DSAR’s need to be handled correctly, or there are massive consequences, that much is obvious. But

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