Do Californians use CCPA to protect their privacy?

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?

CCPA privacy requests cost business up to $275k per million consumer records

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

50% of people would exercise at least one right under the CCPA

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

Half of companies missed GDPR deadline, 70% admit systems won’t scale

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