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rajia rimi
Jun 13, 2022
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Here's an update to reflect the exemptions and actions brands must take based Industry Email List on their exception status. Which companies must comply with the CCPA? There are a number of exceptions to the CCPA compliance requirements primarily geared towards small businesses in order to limit the burden associated with compliance. Dickinson-Wright provides a full overview on their site (last updated June 2018). It should be noted that companies can be CCPA Industry Email List compliant if they meet one of these three criteria (according to the CCPA code): Have $25 million or more in annual revenue; Where Possess the personal data of more than 50,000 “consumers, households or devices” or Earn more than half of Industry Email List its annual revenue by selling consumers' personal data. Thinking about it the other way around, if your business doesn't meet any Industry Email List of the criteria outlined above, you could be exempt from CCPA compliance . If you believe your business is exempt, we recommend that you consult your legal advisor to confirm this, as this will drastically change the steps you will need to take. What actions should brands take? The first question you need to answer is, " Does the CCPA apply to my business?" Industry Email List Determine if your business must comply with CCPA guidelines. Note that personal data for 50,000 “consumers, households, or devices” can be considered highly ambiguous, so you'll want to think about all the ways you currently store user data. Exempt If your company is not required to comply with the Industry Email List CCPA, you will not be subject to the functions imposed by the limited use of data. Once you've confirmed this is the case, you can enable full use of customer data in Facebook. ( Toggling on “Enable full use of consumer data” will manually override the automatic feature that Facebook has put in place)
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