Why Hawaiian Institutions Must Comply with New California Privacy Act
The California Consumer Privacy Act becomes effective January 1, 2020. This legislation is the broadest privacy law in the US, with other states looking to adopt similar laws. Its impact will be significant, as it grants broad rights to California consumers (whether customers or not) in terms of providing disclosures on what has been collected, what has been sold, a right to have information deleted (also known as a right to be forgotten) and opt-out and opt-in rights. In this session, Deb Thoren-Peden will highlight key areas you need to know and prepare for as privacy laws develop throughout the country.