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It is fairly simple to figure out whether you need to comply with CCPA or not. Any organization doing business in California that collects the personal information of Californians and meets one of the following guidelines are required to comply with CCPA: Any company that grosses $25 million in annual revenue.What are the penalties for non-compliance with CCPA?
Civil Fines The CCPA makes specific mention of fines for businesses in non-compliance. For normal violations, businesses face fines of up to $2,500 per violation. Because businesses regularly collect personal information from large numbers of consumers, these fines could easily add up to hundreds of thousands of dollars.What is the CCPA law?
The CCPA is a California data privacy law that sets requirements for how businesses can lawfully handle Californian consumer data. Consumer - Under the CCPA, a consumer is any California resident. Therefore, "consumer" refers to those protected by the law.Does the CCPA apply to my company?
The CCPA applies to any company (your company is a "covered business") if it operates in California collects the personal information of California residents, determines the purposes and means of processing that information, and one or more of the following applies: