2020 is officially upon us, and for American businesses with any connection to California, this means one thing: the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), America’s version of GDPR, is here. In an authored article published in the Triangle Business Journal, Poyner Spruill partners Saad Gul and Mike Slipsky outlined the two most important parts of the CCPA – the Notice at Collection mandate and the Reasonable Measures requirement. In their article, the partners conclude, “Note that while CCPA is the first state law in the nation, it will not be an aberration. Not all will be cut from the same cloth. But given current public and political opinion, the future holds more, and not less privacy, regulation.”
To read the full article, visit Triangle Business Journal.