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CPRA: What is it and how to comply?

CPRA is the regulation that supersedes the CCPA in California as one of the most comprehensive and strict privacy regulations in the US. If you are operating in California or are offering your products and services to California residents, this guide will walk you through everything from the threshold requirements to what actions to take in order to be compliant.

This tutorial covers the California Privacy Rights Act, it's key differences from the CCPA and a step-by-step guide on how to comply.

CPRA Step-by-step

What is the CPRA

A brief introduction to what the CPRA is and how it differs from the CCPA.

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What are the requirements of the CPRA?

A summary of the key requirements of the CPRA and considerations for how you can support them.

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CPRA Step 01: Creating a data map

How to create a data map that will support your other efforts for the CPRA.

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CPRA Step 02: Updating your privacy policy

An outline of what updates you'll need to make to your privacy policy and how to plan this.

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CPRA Step 03: Updating your website footer

Ensure your website footer is updated with the appropriate privacy rights for your visitors.

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CPRA Step 04: How to support the GPC

Detecting, recording, and supporting consent via the GPC (Global Privacy Control) is a necessary part of CPRA compliance. Here's a guide on how to approach it.

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CPRA Step 05: Access Requests (DSAR) for CPRA

Subject access requests (DSAR) are an important step in complying with the CPRA. This guide will walk you how to tackle it.

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CPRA Step 06: Erasure Requests for CPRA

This short guide will help you to understand how to ensure you support subject erasure requests (deletion) for CPRA.

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CPRA Step 07: Portability Requests for CPRA

Portability can initially seem confusing. With this short guide, you'll be all set for portability requests for CPRA.

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CPRA Step 08: Correction Requests for CPRA

This guide will help you know how to adequately ensure a user's right to correct and update their data for CPRA.

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