Razorfrog’s Solution For Compliance
Noncompliance Penalties Are Expensive
Failing to stay compliant with the law may lead to a violation in Google’s terms of service, resulting in potential blacklisting or removal from search engine results pages (SERPs). Penalties may also be issued by state governments, leading to sizable fines for noncompliance.
With the vast majority of our clients located within the state of California, we’re mostly concerned with the California Consumer Privacy Act and its implications. According to the CCPA’s penalties, if a business does not comply within 30 days of receiving a noncompliance notification by the Attorney General’s office, they can be charged up to $7,500 for each violation. Additionally, any business operating in California can be penalized up to $750 per violation per user, which could add up quickly for larger companies with many customers. While not as costly as the EU’s noncompliance fees for GDPR, it is in every company’s best interest to be fully compliant prior to the law taking effect.
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