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Summary

The California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018 (CCPA) gives users and consumers more control over the personal information that businesses collect about them. It is the most influential state-level consumer privacy law passed in the U.S. The version used in this section is CCPA of 2018.

Definitions

DefinitionRequirements
1798_100. General duties of businesses that collect personal information189. Specify the purpose of data collection
310. Request user consent
311. Demonstrate user consent
315. Provide processed data information
316. Allow rectification requests
1798_105. Consumer's right to delete personal information183. Delete sensitive data securely
210. Delete information from mobile devices
214. Allow data destruction
273. Define a fixed security suite
317. Allow erasure requests
1798_106. Consumer's right to correct inaccurate personal information301. Notify configuration changes
315. Provide processed data information
316. Allow rectification requests
318. Notify third parties of changes
1798_110. Consumer's right to know what personal information is being collected. Right to access personal information314. Provide processing confirmation
315. Provide processed data information
1798_115. Consumer's right to know what personal information is sold or shared and to whom314. Provide processing confirmation
1798_120. Consumer's right to opt out of sale or sharing of personal information312. Allow user consent revocation
1798_121. Consumer's right to limit use and disclosure of sensitive personal information301. Notify configuration changes