California Legislature Passed AB 375: California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018
Effective: Jan. 1 2020
Informational: AB 375 In Brief
The law protects any "consumer," defined as a "natural person who is a California resident," which is defined as "(1) every individual who is in the State for other than a temporary or transitory purpose, and (2) every individual who is domiciled in the State who is outside the State for a temporary or transitory purpose."
- Businesses will have to have a verification process so consumers can prove they are who they say they are when they do their requesting.
- Businesses must inform consumers about categories it has collected in past twelve months, sources, purposes, and categories of third parties with which data is shared. (Businesses will also have to disclose to whom they sell data…NA for PASCO-See Note Below).
- Right to request that a business delete the data it has about you.
NOTE: The Bill requires that business provide a clear and conspicuous link on the business’ Internet homepage, titled “Do Not Sell My Personal Information,” to an Internet Web page that enables a consumer, or a person authorized by the consumer, to opt out of the sale of the consumer’s personal information. This link is not required because, Per PASCO’s general Privacy Statement: PASCO will not sell, rent, or lease your personal information to others.
California AB 375 Consumer Privacy Inquiry
Note: AB 375 requires PASCO to have a verification process so consumers can prove they are who they say they are before processing an information request. PASCO will contact you by email if we require any additional information. Please provide the following: