The last state privacy law your business needs to comply with in 2023 is the Utah Consumer Privacy Act (UCPA). This law will go into effect on December 31, 2023. Although your business has more than a year to prepare for compliance, we’ll show you what your company needs to do to start getting ready.
Connecticut is the latest state to have passed a comprehensive consumer privacy law. The Connecticut Data Privacy Act (CTDPA) will go into effect on July 1, 2023. Continue reading to learn more about how your business can start preparing for compliance.
The next article in this series is about the Colorado Privacy Act (CPA). This law will go into effect on July 1, 2023. Although your business may have already been preparing for CPRA and CDPA compliance, here are the unique provisions of CPA you need to be aware of.
Virginia’s Consumer Data Protection Act (CDPA) will also go into effect starting January 1, 2023. While it borrows heavily from California’s CPRA, we unpack the unique provisions your business needs to consider for privacy compliance in the Commonwealth.
Multiple state privacy laws will go into effect in 2023. It can be challenging to ensure your business stays compliant with each states’ regulations. That’s why Ethyca created this blog series to help you get ready for the new year. This first article starts with California’s CPRA.
Virginia’s CDPA and California’s CCPA look alike, both in their names and their overall terms. However, companies must understand where they differ in order to remain compliant and to prepare for other states’ laws.
Keeping track of all of the different state privacy laws can be a big challenge for any business. Ethyca's products do the heavy lifting so your team doesn't have to, and ensures that you can be compliant in any state in 2023.
The EU’s GDPR has ushered in a new wave of privacy legislation with steep penalties for noncompliance. GDPR fines can reach up to €20 million, or 4% of a company’s revenue, whichever amount is higher. In the US, recent legislative sessions have seen consistent year-on-year increases in the number of regulations introduced and passed.
Three of four shoppers prioritize brand trust over price when they are making a purchasing decision, and 22% of consumers report they would spend more with trustworthy brands. Thoughtful and compliant privacy practices are among the most visible ways for a company to demonstrate its respect for users’ data.