The CCPA focuses on "businesses," meaning for-profit entities that operate in California and meet at least one of the following thresholds: Buying, selling, receiving, or sharing for commercial purposes the personal data of more than 50,000 consumers per yearHow does the CCPA define earnings?
The CCPA defines earnings as compensation paid or payable for personal services, including wages, salaries, commissions, bonuses, and periodic payments from a pension or retirement program. Payments from an employment-based disability plan are also earnings.Why are you looking for CCPA privacy?
What are you looking for? The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) is the law that provides privacy rights to consumer. At Samsung, we extend CCPA privacy rights to all US residents. You can request access to the personal information that Samsung has collected about you. You can request Samsung to delete personal information about you.How much do CCPA fines cost?
Additionally, CCPA fines can vary depending on the nature of the violation, so it’s important to know the distinction ahead of time. Potential fines under CCPA can cap at $2,500 or $7,500 per violation depending on the violation type. Intentional violations are rather straightforward, except for where the 30 day curation period comes into play.