9 Common CPRA Compliance Mistakes Businesses Must Avoid in California
CPRA compliance is crucial for businesses serving California residents. Avoid common mistakes and prepare for upcoming changes to protect consumer data and stay compliant with California privacy laws. #CPRA #PrivacyCompliance #CaliforniaPrivacy
The California Privacy Rights Act (CPRA) is set to take effect in 2023, and businesses must understand and adapt to its changes to avoid significant fines and legal action. Many businesses struggle with compliance under the existing California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), leading to common mistakes such as misunderstanding applicability, failing to provide “Do Not Sell” and “Limit the Use of My Sensitive Information” notices, inadequate opt-out methods, neglecting to obtain consent for selling or sharing children’s data, insufficient employee training, third-party vendor management, record-keeping, and not preparing for the CCPA’s replacement. By addressing these mistakes and preparing for the CPRA, businesses can comply with California privacy laws and protect consumer data.