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This can be made possible by including a clause for each section to inform website visitors in a transparent and legally abiding manner:
- Inform website visitor’s of their rights
- Right of access to all information collected for each consumer
- Include the “Right to Deletion”
- Right of non-discrimination if a website visitor has decided to exercise rights under CCPA
- Provide a phone number or form of contact for website users to request access and deletion of data
- List all types of information you collect as a website provider
- List all the categories of personal information your business has “sold” in the past 12 months. (–> Make sure you have the right understanding of “selling of data” in terms of the CCPA, tracking, etc. as probably tracking or retargeting falls under this definition.)
- List all the categories of personal information your business has “disclosed for business purposes” over the past 12 months
Sound complicated? Doesn’t have to be
A Usercentrics Consent Management Platform (CMP) is a tool that can embed certain features and simplify the entire process.
Along CCPA guidelines, the opt-out option- a link stating that people can have the option to say “no” to selling their own personal information- has to be readily available on the website. That’s why, we at Usercentrics understand the importance and have embedded this functionality as a top priority. In order to simplify the process even further, Usercentrics has compiled a database of legal texts for the compliance of your website.