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  • California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) Enforcement Begins July 1

    The CCPA significantly changed California’s consumer data collection rules to give consumers more control over how businesses use their personal information. Though employers are exempt from much of the law as it pertains to their employees’ personal information (employment information), employers must still comply with the requirement to disclose, at or before the time of collection, the categories of personal information collected about an applicant or employee, as well as the purposes for which the information will be used.

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