CCPA, GDPR – Will Business, Cloud, or Managed Providers be Culpable for Civil & Criminal Fines? Does WordPress.org deny its Users access to Compliance

CCPA, GDPR – Will Business, Cloud, or Managed Providers be Culpable for Civil & Criminal Fines? Does WordPress.org deny its Users access to Compliance? AWS Marketplace offers Our AMI to its Clients & should have NO Culpability.

CCPA entitles Citizens to claim $750 per breach without showing damages, and more if they incur damages. Starting July 1, 2020, the AG may initiate Criminal Suits of $7,500 per person per breach.

Some fortune companies plan to fight this in court using the argument that GDPR & CCPA is just not possible. However, our technology demonstrates it is possible with almost any volume of a company’s data assets. We have also shown our technology allows eCommerce & websites to operate as usual almost immediately after files are encrypted.

Firms can become compliant using DPIAComply, or choose to battle law firms, or the AG, in court. If the AG, or opposition Law firms, are aware of DPIAComply they will use it to deflate claims that ‘Compliancy is Impossible’.

90,000 websites get hacked every day 83 percent of them are WordPress,

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