Children’s data isn’t child’s play.

If you have a product or service that collects information from children, you should:

  • Be transparent. No, really. And figure out the best ways to be transparent for kids, which includes just in time notices, video and audio. It is a good idea to enlist the help of UX/CX experts

The California Privacy Rights Act (CPRA) is going on the November ballot and, if passed, will bring California data protection law closer to the European Union’s General Data Protection Reguation (GDPR), implementing concepts such as:

  • data minimization
  • retention limitation
  • sensitive information limitation
  • data protection risk assessments; and
  • strong buttoning down of downstream service providers

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The California Privacy Rights Act (CPRA) is on its way (if approved by voters in November), but what does this mean for you?

  •  First: Assess your core California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) compliance, enforcement starts tomorrow. July 1, 2020.
  • Second: Look beyond the consumer facing CCPA “must haves” and button down other CCPA

For companies scrambling to button up their California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) compliance by the July 1 enforcement date,  some news out of the state capital of Sacramento:

Per a memorandum issued June 24, 2020 by the California Secretary of State, the California Privacy Rights Act (CPRA), often dubbed “CCPA 2.0”, has collected a sufficient

The IAPP — International Association of Privacy Professionals — offers its take on the top 10 impactful provisions of the California Privacy Rights Act ballot initiative.

  • Sensitive information obligations
  • New enforcement authority
  • Expanded data breach definition
  • Audits and risk assessment for high risk processing
  • Restrictions on automated processing and profiling
  • Right to rectification
  • Opt-in and

Californians for Consumer Privacy announced that it plans to submit well over 900,000 signatures to qualify the California Privacy Rights Act for the November 2020 ballot. Submission has begun in counties across the state and will continue for several days.

CPRA proposes to amend and fortify the consumers rights protections provided in the California Consumer

California Attorney General Xavier Becerra released the title and summary for the CCPA 2.0 ballot initiative, the California Privacy Rights Act.

Key provisions:
  • Right to amend inaccurate information
  • Right to restrict the use of “Sensitive Personal Information” which includes finances, race, biometric information or information revealing health status or precise location.
  • Data minimization (collect only

Alastair Mactaggart, the proponent of the “CCPA 2.0” ballot initiative in California, has submitted to the Office of the Attorney General a revised version of the proposed “California Privacy Rights Act” (CPRA) that he hopes to place before voters on the November 2020 general election ballot.

Read my detailed analysis.