The California Attorney General estimates compliance costs could reach $55 billion.
On Thursday, July 2, Search Engine Land contributing editor, Greg Sterling, will host a discussion about, who CCPA applies to, basic compliance rules (and penalties) and how software can help manage CCPA’s reporting requirements.
The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) passed in 2018 and went into effect on January 1, 2020. But it’s not just for California companies; it has national reach. Formal enforcement begins on July 1, despite COVID-19. There’s still confusion about its application and compliance.
In addition to Greg, the guests will include:
- Lisa Rapp, VP Data Ethics, LiveRamp
- Abby Matchett, Enterprise Analytics Lead, Bounteous
- Katelyn Ringrose, attorney, Future of Privacy Forum
The discussion will go beyond CCPA and cover the state of digital privacy, as well as a new California 2020 November ballot initiative that would make CCPA tougher and more like Europe’s GDPR. If you’re a digital marketer you can’t afford to miss this. Plus, the guests will take on your most challenging questions.
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