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California passed the Californian Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) in 2018. It’s the United States’ strictest privacy law.
The CCPA creates new consumer rights. It imposes considerable business responsibilities and obligations.
The CCPA’s impact extends far beyond California. It affects many businesses located elsewhere. That’s if they collect the personal data of Californian residents.
The CCPA 101 course
Gives the CCPA’s background and context
Outlines the privacy rights granted to Californian consumers
Explains a company’s responsibilities and obligations under the CCPA
The course introduces the CCPA with video lectures.
Background & overview – how & why the CCPA happened, an overview and timeline
Key definitions – privacy terminology as used and applied within the CCPA
Penalties and enforcement – potential civil penalties for violations. The Attorney General’s stated approach to enforcement
Consumer rights – the four categories of rights granted to Californian consumers
The right to know
The right to delete
The right to opt-out
The right to non-discrimination
Business obligations – I – notice requirements and business procedures
Business obligations – II – procedures for responding to consumer requests and disclosing any financial incentives
There are two online quizzes and a bibliography.
Course job aids
A workbook – to help you reflect on CCPA related issues. Plus, indicative solutions
Infographic – a printable CCPA graphic
Poster – a printable CCPA overview poster
By course completion, you'll
Appreciate why and how the CCPA happened
Know the rights granted to Californian consumers by the CCPA
Understand business’s CCPA responsibilities and obligations
I am the co-founder of CHL, a small UK company providing online data protection and information security courses.
My PhD is in small firm information security.
My working life has been in IT. As a practitioner, trainer and academic.
I’m Australian and proud of it. But, despite the weather, I have lived in the UK for over forty years.