Protecting Your Business Against CCPA Class Actions
The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) grants data breach victims the right to file individual or class action lawsuits against businesses that fail to take appropriate steps to safeguard their personal data, authorizing statutory penalties of between $100 and $750 per person, per incident.
Join Fox Privacy & Data Security Practice partners Elizabeth Litten, Mark McCreary and Gavin Skok for an in-depth discussion of how businesses can protect themselves against CCPA class actions.
- The private right of action
- Situations (breaches/security lapses) that can lead to claims
- Limiting available data and retention programs
- Proactive steps to protect against CCPA class and individual actions