Publishers: Don’t Cut Corners on CCPA Compliance

The California Consumer Privacy Act is officially in effect, but many publishers and vendors still aren’t taking preparations seriously, as the Attorney General's office won’t begin enforcement for another six months. Some will take a last-minute, band-aid approach, doing the bare minimum to ensure they are compliant by July 1, but this strategy does a disservice to consumers who have a right to data privacy and will force publishers to revisit their own data practices each time new regulations are enacted. Additionally, it poses the of risk missing out on the business benefits that compliance can bring. Consumer respect is paramount In today’s digital-first world, consumers deserve to understand what happens to their personal information, including what it is used for and who it is accessed by. Individuals should be able to choose whether or not their data is collected and processed, and to determine who it is shared with. Many within the digital publishing industry are trying to find the path of least resistance and get around privacy laws simply due to bandwidth, or to maintain the status quo, but this isn’t the best approach. Embracing privacy is essential because it does right by consumers in the long run. A patchwork of data laws The privacy landscape is continually evolving, with Nevada and Maine currently enacting their own laws and other states sure to follow. U.S. publishers have already had to act on data privacy laws, such as the EU’s General Data Protection... Continue reading at 'Folio Magazine'

[ Folio Magazine | 2020-01-21 16:05:21 UTC ]
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