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How does CPRA amend and upate the CCPA?


Right to Correction

One difference between CCPA and CPRA is the Right to Correction. Under CPRA, companies must now provide a way for consumers to submit requests to correct any inaccurate personal information about themselves.

Limits to Sensitive Personal Information (SPI)

CPRA allows consumers to limit companies’ use of their Sensitive Personal Information (SPI). SPI includes social security number or state ID number. account log-in information. geolocation. racial, ethnic, religious, and sexual identity, biometric and genetic data, and more.

Opt Out of the Selling and Sharing of Personal Data

Californians have the additional right to opt out of the selling and sharing of their personal information. This includes for purposes of behavioral advertising and automated decision making (ADM) processes.

California Consumer Privacy Act

The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) is one of the first state privacy laws to go into effect this year on on June 28, 2018 and further amenda by the California Privacy Rights Act (CPRA) on January 1, 2023.

Under the amended law, Californians have an expanded set of privacy rights that companies must adhere to. Your organization needs to ensure that its privacy operations allow Californians to exercise their additional rights.

It can be difficult to manage privacy operations with so many different regulations. Ethyca’s privacy intelligence can help you easily stay compliant with CCPA and any privacy regulation.

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