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The California Privacy Rights Act CPRA is a data privacy law that takes effect on January 1, 2023. It makes a variety of amendments to the requirements in the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA). The version used in this section is CPRA of 2018 v2.


1798-100. Right to know what personal information is being collected
189. Specify the purpose of data collection
1798_101. Consumer's right to know what personal information is sold or shared and to whom
315. Provide processed data information
1798_102. Right to say no to sale of personal information
312. Allow user consent revocation
1798_104. Compliance with right to know and disclosure requirements
083. Avoid logging sensitive data
176. Restrict system objects
300. Mask sensitive data
314. Provide processing confirmation
315. Provide processed data information
377. Store logs based on valid regulation
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