How the CCPA, GDPR handle third parties

4th December 2019 News 2 Views

With the EU General Data Protection Regulation in force for quite a while and its “controller” and “processor” concepts for yet much longer, there seems to be a well-established practice for identifying third parties and where they fit into that picture. The California Consumer Privacy Act, on the other hand, is a completely new legal act without such history, and in neither the U.S. nor in California itself are concepts of personal data controllers and processors formally recognized. In this piece for The Privacy Advisor, HCL Technologies Global Privacy Office Senior Manager Piotr Foitzik, CIPP/A, CIPP/C, CIPP/E, CIPP/G, CIPP/US, CIPM, CIPT, FIP, looks at both the similarities and differences between how the GDPR and CCPA handles third parties

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