With states passing inconsistent laws and no uniform federal law addressing data privacy, there’s a patchwork of rules for companies to comply with. ALTA is dedicated to help its members understand what they need to do to comply, if required, to data privacy laws.
Data Privacy Principles
- Basics of Privacy Rights
- Data Mapping
- Compliance Steps for US Privacy and Cyber Laws and Regs
- Suggested Privacy and Cyber Compliance Resources
- Data Privacy Implications for Service Provider & Third-Party Contracts
- California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) Fast Facts
- CCPA Q&A
- Your Guide to CCPA Privacy Rights
- CCPA Privacy Act Requirements
- CCPA Data Mapping
- Preparing for the California Consumer Privacy Act (Download PDF of presentation)
- Compliance Webinar: Understanding Consumer Privacy Rights and Redaction Trends (Download PowerPoint Presentation)
ALTA Podcasts with Carlton Fields
- Part 1: Who Does CCPA Apply To?
- Part 2: Service Providers and Sale of Data Under CCPA
- Part 3: CCPA Resources and Compliance Tips
- Part 4: Practical Compliance With CCPA and New Privacy Laws
Data Privacy Articles
On June 30, the Sacramento County Superior Court issued a decision to delay enforcement of the California Privacy Rights Act (CPRA) regulations until March 29, 2024. Read on for the key takeaways from the ruling.
Oregon’s legislation, which goes into effect July 1, 2024, is modeled on the Virginia Consumer Data Protection Act (VCDPA) and contains an exemption to personal data subject to the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act.
On June 30, the Delaware legislature passed the Personal Data Privacy Act. The bill, which awaits the governor’s signature, goes into effect Jan. 1, 2025.
Four states—Indiana, Iowa, Montana and Tennessee—recently passed comprehensive data privacy laws this year. All the bills contain a Gramm-Leach Bliley Act (GLBA) exemption, which ALTA has supported.