Using the California CCPA as Template for the US Version of GDPR

August 5, 2019 / GuidesFor Team

Last year the EU passed the General Data Privacy Regulation. It didn’t come as a surprise since Europeans have long been clamoring for more internet regulation, accountability, and cyber security protection. It took over fours years before GDPR became a law. A year after it passed, compliant websites still do not have enough data to say if it’s effective or not, but one thing is for sure, other countries are following suit. This article is about the US State of California creating its own law that’s almost identical in content to the EU GDPR; the rest of the US should follow the Californians example and do the same.
– Miyagi Kazuki

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