GDPR, Companies previously ambivalent toward GDPR compliance are Prioritizing their efforts on CCPA Compliance. Why? The CCPA is allowing Citizens to file Civil Suit in court separate from any criminal actions of the Attorney General’s Office

GDPR, Companies previously ambivalent toward GDPR compliance are Prioritizing their efforts on CCPA Compliance. Why? The CCPA is allowing Citizens to file Civil Suit in court separate from any criminal actions of the Attorney General’s Office. The Data Privacy movement that started in Europe, is now taking center stage in the U.S.

In Europe the list of Privacy Related Complaints continues to grow with little enforcement. If European Union Citizens had the same right to seek damages, as their American counterparts, more Companies would make Compliancy a priority.

For example, based on CCPA (California Consumer Protection Act) regulations, Facebook could be fined $61 – $184 Billion dollars for a Cambridge like scenario, if it occurred in 2020. Is this a wake-up call? Facebook is currently facing a Suit in Illinois that seeks $35 Billion for violations related to the Biometric Information Privacy Act.

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