The CCPA generally does not require that a company obtain the consent (or the “opt-in”) of a person before collecting or using their personal information. Consent is, required, however, in the following situations:

  1. Exemption from the definition of “sale.” The CCPA’s broad definition of “sale” could encompass a number of ordinary information transfers in addition

No.

A privacy policy typically discloses the following information to the public:

  • The categories of information collected from a data subject directly and from third parties about a data subject,
  • The purpose for which information is collected and used,
  • The ability (if applicable) of a data subject to opt out of their information being sold,

4.2%

The term “cookie banner” refers to a banner, or splash page, deployed on a website to inform visitors that the website uses cookies, and other online tracking technology. Some cookie banners also give website visitors choices with respect to whether tracking technologies are, or are not, used, including via cookie “opt-in” or “opt-out” user

12.4%

The term “cookie banner” refers to a banner, or splash page, deployed on a website to inform visitors that the website uses cookies, and other online tracking technology. Some cookie banners also give website visitors choices with respect to whether tracking technologies are, or are not, used, including via cookie “opt-in” or “opt-out” user

The term “cookie banner” refers to a banner, or splash page, deployed on a website to inform visitors that the website uses cookies, and other online tracking technologies. Some cookie banners also give website visitors choices with respect to whether tracking technologies are, or are not, used, including via cookie “opt-in” or “opt-out” user controls.

The term “cookie banner” refers to a banner, or splash page, deployed on a website to inform visitors that the website uses cookies, and other online tracking technologies. Some cookie banners also give website visitors choices with respect to whether tracking technologies are, or are not, used, including via cookie “opt-in” or “opt-out” user controls.