The California Consumer Privacy act went into effect January 1. The CCPA is like GDPR for California
The California Consumer Privacy Act Went Into Effect This Week : Read more
It covered nothing about opting outhope it makes it to my state...casue #1 thing is contact google, fb, and MS to opt out of selling my data and collecting it :|
That's kind of the problem: someone has to remember that you opted out but the law also says that everything about you has to be wiped.It covered nothing about opting out
or right to be forgotten.It just informed consent what information and how that information is disseminated and to whom. A lot of companies do this already in EULA's as a CYT (Cover your tail) This just formalizes it.
In otherwords, it's just enough to be effectively inefficient at solving the real problem.
EDIT: My mistake. I went back and reread it. They said you could request data be deleted.
I wonder how that runs in conflict with ISP's being required to collect your web history for a year?
I agree, but it's a step in the right direction.Brilliant piece of legislation. Now companies will bury it in 10,000 lines of legalease so that consumers don't bother to actually read it and click [I accept] just like EULA's.
It covered nothing about opting out [...]
Article said:A consumer shall have the right, at any time, to direct a business that sells personal information about the consumer to third parties not to sell the consumer’s personal information. This right may be referred to as the right to opt out.