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Checklist for CCPA Compliance

Attorney Andrew Clearwater, vice president of privacy at OneTrust, an Atlanta-based privacy and compliance technology company, outlined five broad steps that health care entities and other California companies can follow to comply with the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), which took effect July 1.

The steps fall into five categories, Clearwater said:

  1. Consumer rights requests,

  2. Opting out of sale of information,

  3. Internal governance,

  4. Policy and disclosure management, and

  5. Ongoing compliance.

Each of these steps requires a series of actions by a company that does business in California and is covered by the CCPA, he said, adding, “I’m trying to simplify some of the things you could be approaching here as you get ready” to comply with the law.

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