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An excellent summary of CaCPA vs GDPR - a direct comparison of operationalizing these two laws

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As of January 1, 2020, companies around the world will have to comply with additional regulations related to processing of personal data of California residents.

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European parliament voted to suspend the Privacy Shield unless US complies by Sept 1

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The brand-new California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018, which swept through the California legislature last week with startling speed as a compromise measure preempting an even stricter ballot initiative, will apply to more than 500,000 U.S. companies, the vast majority of which are small- to medium-sized enterprises.

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Finally, the day arrived and the General Data Protection Regulation is now in place. In the first month of operation, some curious GDPR related practices evolved and serious consequences of the new privacy legislation started coming into surface.

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California passes new privacy laws to come into force January 2020

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The Privacy Sheild is an agreement of adequacy between the EU and the US governments. Under GDPR, moving data across borders requires agreements like the Privacy Shield if the countries involved do not meet EU adequacy standards.

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