“These days, the quality of your customer experience (CX) determines success — but cookie consent notices are currently undermining if not destroying all of the hard work you put into creating great CX. Beyond the regulatory requirements, the real touchstone for your approach to data privacy is consumers’ demands and expectations.”
Beautiful “Just In Time” Notices
With well over 60% of all consumer interaction now being done on mobile devices, PrivacyUX for CCPA allows you design and deliver trust-building notices that look great on mobile devices while fully complying with both the spirit and letter of CCPA.
The service delivers multilingual Notice at Collection, Financial Incentive, and Right to Opt Out that adhere to CCPA’s “Conspicuous, Easy-To-Understand, Accessible” guidance.
Honor User Preferences In Real Time, Forever
By conserving opt out preferences in a secure database, PrivacyUX for CCPA allows the enterprise to honor consumer opt-out requests instantly, and the managed API fully supports downstream opt out notification of third parties.
This is typically an extremely complex problem for modern enterprises that utilize many third party services.
Handles Child-Parent Opt Out
As the California Attorney General recently stated, the first CCPA enforcement efforts will focus on companies that are not properly handling child privacy.
PrivacyCheq led the industry with child privacy management tools when it launched in 2014 and continues to lead with operational child privacy technology for COPPA (US), GDPR (EU) and CCPA.
One Solution for all US States
PrivacyUX was built with adaptive compliance architecture, which isolates the enterprise from the operational nuances of different US states that have pending regulations (or in force, such as Nevada).
The core technology of PrivacyUX has been deployed for over 5 years, delivering operational compliance with COPPA, GDPR, PIPEDA, CALOPPA, and other notice and consent regulations worldwide.
“By 2021, 80% of the negative financial impact of the CCPA will come from failure to implement a scalable subject rights workflow, as opposed to regulatory fines and litigation.”
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