Access Requests – the right to access data

Can a company be sued under the CCPA for failing to post a “do not sell my personal information” link?

Can a company be sued under the CCPA for using behavioral advertising?

Can corporate affiliates share information for marketing purposes?

Do all companies have to post their privacy notices online?

Do companies have to affirmatively state within their privacy policy that they “do not sell” personal information?

Does the CCPA require a cookie banner when a company uses first-party session cookies?

Does the CCPA require that a company allow consumers to opt-out (e.g., toggle off) analytics cookies?

How much time will a company have to respond to a right to be forgotten request under California law?

If a website participates in behavioral advertising, does Nevada privacy law require that it disclose that it is “selling” consumers’ information?

If a website participates in behavioral advertising, does the CCPA require that it disclose that it is “selling” consumers’ information?

If I post a “do not sell my personal information” link on my website, and opt out those consumers that select it from receiving behavioral advertising cookies, have I complied with the CCPA?

Is a business required to post a “do not sell” link if it offers a loyalty program?

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