Understanding the California Consumer Privacy Act Training


The following Understanding California Consumer Privacy Act Training will educate California residents and businesses on the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) and its scope. In today’s digital age, the protection of consumer privacy is more critical than ever. The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) stands as a pivotal regulation is designed to safeguard the personal information of California residents. As data breaches as privacy concerns continue to rise, it is essential for businesses to stay compliant with CCPA standards to protect their customers and avoid hefty penalties. Understanding the complexities of the CCPA and its impact on your organization can be challenging.

What you will learn:

  • Key terms used in the CCPA
  • Rights granted to California consumers under the CCPA
  • Obligations of businesses under the CCPA
  • How businesses should collect personal information in compliance with the CCPA
  • Requirements for creating compliant privacy notices
  • Importance of data security


Course length: 30 minutes.

Languages: American English

Key features: Audio narration, learning activity, and post-assessment.

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History and Background of CCPA

The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) was enacted in 2018 and marked a significant milestone in the realm of data privacy and legislation in the United States. The CCPA emerged in response to growing concerns about how companies collect, store, and use personal information, driven by high-profile data breaches and increasing public awareness about data privacy issues. The journey of the CCPA began with a grassroots movement led by privacy advocates and concerned citizens. The catalyst for this movement was the realization that existing laws were inadequate to protect consumers’ personal information in the rapidly evolving digital landscape. In June 2018, the California Legislature passed Assembly Bill 375, which Governor Jerry Brown signed into law, giving birth to the CCPA. 

The Act officially came into effect on January 1, 2020. 

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