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Why This California Law Will Affect How All Companies in Atlanta Protect Data

All companies will have to take a closer look at the data they are collecting and understand what is defined as "personal information". Taylor English Data Security & Privacy Chair, Mitzi Hill explains why the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), that will take effect early 2020, will affect all Atlanta companies in her article, “Why This California Law Will Affect How All Companies in Atlanta Protect Data,” published by Atlanta Inno. She discusses what CCPA is, what to expect, and how it will apply to information, people, and companies. 

Read the Atlanta Inno's article.

Although these businesses work with clients on a variety of technology objectives, they have one important thing in common: they hold data that didn’t used to be considered “personal information,” and that data is increasingly subject to privacy regulations that will require operational changes.

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