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California Consumer Privacy Act: Compliance Best Practices for Investment Managers

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In 2018, the State of California enacted a wide-sweeping privacy law for California resident consumers titled the California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018 (CCPA), which goes into effect January 1, 2020. In contrast to other state privacy laws that established privacy standards, the CCPA creates specific affirmative rights and bases for legal action for individuals.

Read the full article from Day Pitney here: https://www.daypitney.com/insights/publications/2019/11/20-ca-consumer-privacy-compliance-best-practices

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