If a company receives a ‘right to be forgotten’ request, is the company prevented from collecting information about the consumer in the future?

If a company receives a right to be forgotten request, does it have to delete the requestor’s IP address from its weblogs?

Under the CCPA, can a conference organizer use on-site tracking?

Under the CCPA, can a conference organizer use on-site tracking at their conference for first-party marketing?

Can a company be sued under the CCPA for failing to honor a deletion request?

If a company receives a right to be forgotten request, does it always have to delete the requestor’s information?

Does the “right to be forgotten” under the California Consumer Privacy Act require that companies delete the same type of information as the “right to be forgotten” under the GDPR?

Deletion Requests – the right to be forgotten (sometimes called the right of erasure or the right to deletion)

Can a company decide whether to deidentify information or delete information if it receives a ‘right to be forgotten’ request?

If a business receives a data subject access request, does it have to provide the specific pieces of personal information that it collected about the consumer?