Californians regularly opt-out of companies selling their personal information, with “Do-not-sell” being the most common CCPA right exercised, happening nearly 50% of the time over access and deletion requests, DataGrail’s Mid-Year CCPA Trends Re… Continue reading Do Californians use CCPA to protect their privacy?
Organizations who plan on manually processing CCPA data subject requests (DSRs) or data subject access requests will spend between $140k – $275k per million consumer records they have in their systems, according to DataGrail. The CCPA went into e… Continue reading CCPA privacy requests cost business up to $275k per million consumer records
As state houses and Congress rush to consider new consumer privacy legislation in 2020, Americans expect more control over their personal information online, and are concerned with how businesses use the data collected about them, a DataGrail research… Continue reading 50% of people would exercise at least one right under the CCPA
Even if given two years notice to achieve GDPR compliance, only half of companies self-reported as compliant by May 25, 2018, a DataGrail survey reveals. “The Age of Privacy: The Cost of Continuous Compliance” report benchmarks the operational impact o… Continue reading Half of companies missed GDPR deadline, 70% admit systems won’t scale