The CCPA, stands for the California Consumer Privacy act. The CCPA is a privacy bill that create significant new data protection obligations for qualifying businesses, no matter where they're located, CCPA creates new privacy rights for Californians. CCPA went into effect on 1st January 2020 and enforcement by California's Office of the Attorney General began on 1st July 2020.The CCPA applies to data collected by businesses, the reasons for that collection, and the consent that consumers must provide before their data is processed, shared, or stored.
Examples of personal data include, but are not limited to...
Personal data is defined within section 1798.140 of the CCPA. Personal data is defined as data which can identify a person or their household.
✓ Residential addresses
✓ Browsing history
✓ IP addresses
✓ Biometric data
✓ Passport numbers
This doesn't include publicly available data, such as census records.his doesn't include publicly available data, such as census records.This doesn't include publicly available data, such as census records.This doesn't include publicly available data, such as census records.
When you use Cronofy, you’re sharing potentially sensitive information with us. It’s our responsibility to make sure that we protect that data, and we take that responsibility very seriously. That’s why information security will always be a first-class concern for us.
Whenever we’re building or developing any aspect of our service, Security is a key consideration. We understand that our customers care deeply about the security of data, and it’s something we feel equally strongly about.
We want our customers to know that they can trust us to process and handle their calendar and event data – always securely and to the highest standards.
We make sure you keep control of your calendar and that it's private to you and those you'd like to share your availability with. Security is at the core of what we do and we have the best practices to ensure that privacy is never compromised.