Frequently Asked Questions and Answers from Termly’s Legal Experts

How do I become CCPA compliant?

To become CCPA compliant, do the following:

  1. Post a CCPA privacy policy on your website, or update your existing privacy policy to include California consumer rights and extensive information about your data collection.
  2. Update your privacy policy every 12 months.
  3. Add a “Do Not Sell My Personal Information” link to your privacy policy and your website’s homepage. Honor verified Do Not Sell requests.
  4. Allow consumers to request to access, delete, or amend personal information collected about them. Honor verified requests.
  5. Implement and maintain data protection systems to prevent breaches or accidents.

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Learn the language of the CCPA.

The first step toward complying with the CCPA is to learn what “consumer,” “business,” “personal information,” and “selling” mean under the law.

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