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The California Privacy Rights Act (CPRA) of 2020 has officially kicked off enforcement as of February 9, 2024, meaning California’s state attorney general, district attorneys, and the California Privacy Protection Agency may enforce the CPRA.
And while that might not seem too concerning, consider what happened when the CCPA’s enforcement kicked off: Sephora received a whopping $1.2 million fine.
To avoid any such penalties associated with the CPRA, you need to do a final systems check. Osano’s Senior Customer Experience Manager, Sheridan Clemens, talks through what you need to know.
Get a reminder of the high-level requirements for the CPRA and determine if you're meeting them.
Learn what enforcement has historically looked like in California and what to expect if you don't meet the CPRA's requirements.
Walk through your final checklist for compliance.
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