The CCPA has no such right, but the CRPA leaves the possibility of this right being issued as a regulation by the Privacy Protection Agency. This is not one of GDPR’s formally defined rights per se, but GDPR is implicit that discrimination is not allowed. e.g.What is the California Privacy Rights Act (CPRA)?
The California Privacy Rights Act (CPRA) is “Version 2.0” of the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) and is likely heading to the California voting booth in November 2020 . It would not be a net new law per se, but if passed by California voters in the fall would significantly amend the existing CCPA law.Is the CCPA and CPRA matching the GDPR?
The two rights where the CCPA and CPRA is not matching the GDPR is the right to restrict processing and the right to object to processing. This I believe has to do with the interpretation of the US Constitution’s 1st Amendment that in general lets a business collect data that it wants to (see Sorrell v. IMS Health Inc.).What does the CPRA do for consumers?
The CPRA provides for new rights and amends existing rights. Right to Correction. Consumers may request any correction of their PI held by a business if that information is inaccurate. Right to Opt Out of Automated Decision Making Technology.