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CalOPPA

CalOPPA definition (noun)
1.

The California Online Privacy Protection Act (CalOPPA) is a privacy law that applies to commercial websites and online services that collect or maintain personally identifiable information from California residents.

CalOPPA requires websites to post a privacy policy that meets specific standards. These standards include yearly privacy policy updates, transparent information about what information is collected by the website and why, and accurate contact information.

Appears in: CalOPPA and Privacy Policies

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