No, the CCPA does not require a data protection officer (DPO). A DPO is an individual hired by a company to ensure its data privacy practices meet the requirements of the GDPR. Therefore, you only need to appoint a DPO if you’re subject to comply with the GDPR.
Understanding the differences of the GDPR vs CCPA will help you determine which compliance personnel you need to hire.
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