Florida Businesses: Are You Ready for California’s New Privacy Law?

Cybersecurity and Privacy   |   January 16, 2020
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The Tampa Bay Times quoted Carlton Fields cybersecurity and privacy attorney John E. “Jack” Clabby in an article about the recently enacted California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), a privacy regulation that affects all companies doing business in California. Clabby told the publication that Florida companies may be subject to the law and should not take a “wait and see” approach.

“There were companies who 12 months ago were aware of this and steadily worked toward compliance,” Clabby told the Tampa Bay Times. But, “there are companies who found out about it only recently and will have to do some hustling to get themselves where they need to be.”

READ: Tampa Bay Times — “Florida businesses: Are you ready for California’s new privacy law?

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