Although the California Consumer Privacy Act (the “CCPA”) became effective on January 1, 2020, it will not become enforceable until July 1, 2020. As one of the strictest privacy laws in the United States, the CCPA likely to have a significant impact on businesses across the country. In fact, because of the nature of the modern economy, many businesses without physical locations in California may even be impacted. Some practitioners have suggested that a business merely need to only have a website that is visited by California residents to potentially fall under the purview of the CCPA. Attorneys at Cantey Hanger LLP can help you understand how the CCPA may impact your business, as well as the steps you can take to ensure compliance.
Machir Stull is a Corporate and Securities attorney with the law firm of Cantey Hanger LLP. For more information call 214-978-4122 or visit www.canteyhanger.com.
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