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Learn how to be CCPA & CRPA compliant with Didomi's Consent Management Platform and stay compliant with existing and emerging US regulations.

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What is the difference between CCPA, CPRA, and GDPR?

We have created an in-depth table that explains how the three laws are similar and how they differ.

In Effect

CCPA

California Consumer Privacy Act
Effective from: Jan 1, 2020

Consumer rights

Right of access

Yes

Right of rectification

No

Right of deletion

Yes

Right of restriction

No

Right of portability

Yes

Right to opt-out of sales

Yes

Right against automated decision making

No

Private right of action

Private right of action limited of certain violations

Business obligations

Consent required

No

Opt-in default (requirement age)

16

Notice / Transparency requirement

Yes

Risk assessments

No

Prohibition on discrimination (exercising rights)

No

Purpose/Processing limitation

Yes

Signed
California Privacy Rights Act
Effective from: Jan 1, 2023

Consumer rights

Right of access

Yes

Right of rectification

Yes

Right of deletion

Yes

Right of restriction

Sensitive data

Right of portability

Yes

Right to opt-out of sales

Yes

Right against automated decision making

Yes

Private right of action

Private right of action limited of certain violations

Business obligations

Consent required

TBD

Opt-in default (requirement age)

16

Notice / Transparency requirement

Yes

Risk assessments

Yes

Prohibition on discrimination (exercising rights)

Yes

Purpose/Processing limitation

Yes

In Effect

GDPR

General Data Protection Regulation
Effective from: May 25, 2018

Consumer rights

Right of access

Yes

Right of rectification

Yes

Right of deletion

Yes

Right of restriction

Yes

Right of portability

Yes

Right to opt-out of sales

No

Right against automated decision making

No

Private right of action

No

Business obligations

Consent required

Yes

Opt-in default (requirement age)

16

Notice / Transparency requirement

Yes

Risk assessments

Yes

Prohibition on discrimination (exercising rights)

Yes

Purpose/Processing limitation

Yes

In Effect

CCPA

California Consumer Privacy Act
Effective from: Jan 1, 2020
Signed

CPRA

California Privacy Rights Act
Effective from: Jan 1, 2023
In Effect

GDPR

General Data Protection Regulation
Effective from: May 25, 2018

Consumer rights

Right of access

Yes

Yes

Yes

Right of rectification

No

Yes

Yes

Right of deletion

Yes

Yes

Yes

Right of restriction

No

Sensitive data

Yes

Right of portability

Yes

Yes

Yes

Right to opt-out of sales

Yes

Yes

No

Right against automated decision making

No

Yes

No

Private right of action

Private right of action limited of certain violations

Private right of action limited of certain violations

No

Business obligations

Consent required

No

TBD

Yes

Opt-in default (requirement age)

16

16

16

Notice / Transparency requirement

Yes

Yes

Yes

Risk assessments

No

Yes

Yes

Prohibition on discrimination (exercising rights)

No

Yes

Yes

Purpose/Processing limitation

Yes

Yes

Yes

What is CCPA?

In 2018, the California legislature enacted The California Consumer Privacy Act, which became law January 1, 2020. It gives California consumers new rights, imposes new obligations on businesses, and creates a new government agency—the California Privacy Protection Agency (CPPA).

 

Companies that violate the CCPA can receive a civil penalty of $2,500 per unintentional violation and $7,500 per intentional violation. California consumers that are the victim of a data breach can sue businesses, as an individual or as a class, for $150 to $750 per individual. Businesses have 30 days to remedy their violation once they're informed of their nonompliance.

What is CPRA?

The California Privacy Rights Act (CPRA) amends the CCPA and is California’s second legislative foray into data privacy. It gives Californians new data rights, changes the criteria for covered businesses, and introduces data minimization principles. The CPRA goes into effect on January 1, 2023, but won’t be enforced until July 1, 2023, giving businesses a six-month compliance window.

 

Companies that fail to comply can be fined $2,500 per violation and $7,500 for violations involving minors whether intentional or unintentional. The CPRA eliminates the 30 day remedy period that the CCPA gives companies to amend compliance violations.

How can we help you? 

At Didomi we offer solutions to help you comply with local and global privacy laws. Our Consent Management Platform provides you with a fully customisable consent banner to enhance user experience, collect and synchronize data across multiple platforms and store it for future reference and proof of consent.

 

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Property 1=Reliable

Highest consent string

We help publishers maximize their programmatic revenues with the highest consent string on the market (99% validity rate).

Property 1=Integrations

Latest industry framework

Working closely with the IAB & Google, we integrate the latest industry frameworks to our CMP.

Property 1=Outils

Most personalizable CMP

Increase your consent rates and improve brand perception with the most personalizable CMP on the market.

Property 1=Compliant

Detailed and reliable data

Find revenue growth potential thanks to our highly detailed & reliable analytics data.

Property 1=Location

Centralize user consent & preferences 

Centralize user consent & preferences in a single place. These are easy to track and available for deletion in case of subject request.

Property 1=Service

World class customer support

Our dedicated team of experts is on call to help you navigate regulations, set up your CMP according to your specific business needs.

600M

New consents collected every week on 2 billion devices

17K

Of the largest websites and apps supported

45

Available in 45 languages and present in 27 countries

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