The California Consumer Privacy Act 2018 (CCPA) and GDPR
1 Hour
The California Consumer Privacy Act 2018 (CCPA) and GDPR

The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) became fully enforceable on 1st July 2020 and will impact companies throughout California, the United States and the world.

The CCPA regulates the processing of California consumers’ personal data, regardless of where a company is located, if the information being collected relates to California consumers. With substantial fines and penalties for breaches and a 6 month “look back” period, now is the time to implement CCPA compliance measures.

This session will cover
The main obligations of CCPA
Rights of individuals
What can go wrong and enforcement
Comparisons with GDPR
The future (CPRA)
Practical steps to compliance


Ibrahim Hasan

Lawyer and Director of Act Now Training Limited 

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Ibrahim Hasan is a lawyer and director of Act Now Training Limited which is one of the UK’s leading data protection law consultancies. Ibrahim’s clients include the UK Parliament, the US Department of Homeland Security, Airbus, BskyB, Unilever and the Rolls Royce Motor Group. His data protection expertise has taken him to the USA, Dubai, Germany, China, Malta and Brunei. 

Ibrahim’s publications include the Act Now GDPR Handbook, which is now in its second edition, and his articles which have been published in the Law Society Gazette and Solicitors Journal. He has been a guest lecturer on the University of Northumbria’s LLM in Information Rights Law and has been interviewed on the BBC as an information law expert.

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