CPA, GDPR. “Is encrypted data out of the scope of the CCPA? If the business accidentally disclosed the encrypted information (or if the encrypted information were accessed by a malicious third party), the business should not be liable for the statutory liquidated damages identified in the Act. 

CCPA, GDPR. “Is encrypted data out of the scope of the CCPA? If the business accidentally disclosed the encrypted information (or if the encrypted information were accessed by a malicious third party), the business should not be liable for the statutory liquidated damages identified in the Act. The CCPA defines “personal information” as information that, among other things, “is capable of being associated with” a particular consumer.1 Conversely, the CCPA refers to information as “deidentified” if it “cannot reasonably” be “associated with” a particular consumer.2  https://lnkd.in/d2VUnQt

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