Data Privacy Compliance

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How to Respond to Data Requests
Consumers will likely reach out to you with requests concerning their CCPA rights . Below is an explanation of what you should do with the tools that SimplePart has provided in order to promptly and accurately respond. Keep in mind that you wil...
What is the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA)?
The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) was signed into law on June 28, 2018 and grants residents of California consumers a range of rights in regards to personal information that businesses collect about them. Briefly, these rights include: ...
Best Practices for Verifying Identity
If a California consumer makes a request  of your business regarding access, deletion, or opt-out, it’s extremely important that you take steps to verify their identity. The last thing you want is to reveal personal information to a fr...
How to respond to right to know categories requests
Consumers may contact you with requests to disclose the categories of personal information you collect about them, categories of sources that information comes from, categories of third parties that information is shared with and business purpos...
How to respond to right to know personal information requests
Consumers may also contact you with requests to know specific pieces of personal information that you collect about them and that this information be sent to them in a portable format.  How you can respond: Verify the identity of the requ...
How to respond to deletion requests
Consumers may make requests for you to delete information that you collect about them. It is SimplePart’s policy to reject these requests as CCPA does provide for exceptions if the information is necessary for business purposes, including: C...
How to respond to opt-out requests
The last sort of request that consumers may make under the CCPA is opting out of the sale of their personal information. SimplePart does not sell consumers’ information for any reason. As a result, if on the Data Request Page a consumer requ...
How and When to Deny Requests
Right to know The only instance in which you should deny a request to know is if you feel as though you cannot confidently verify the identity of a requestor. Otherwise, CCPA entitles them to the disclosure of their personal information without exc...
Accessing Consumer Information
If a consumer makes a “right to know” request for either categories of information or specific pieces of information , you’ll need to be able to send them that data after you verify his identity. Here’s how to access it....
Data Request Reporting
The CCPA requires businesses to keep records of consumer requests for 24 months, specifically the following information: Date of request Name of consumer Request type Action taken Date of response You can access records of requests that co...
Data Request Page
As mentioned in “ How to Respond to Data Requests ,” consumers may contact you to make a CCPA request in a variety of ways. One method that we provide for you on your parts site is a Data Request Page. This page will allow consumers to...
Cookie Notice
The CCPA requires that consumers be made aware of their rights “at or before the point of collection,” which essentially means that there should be some form of notification on your website at the consumer’s point of entry, no ma...
Checkout Agreements Field
The Checkout Agreements Field on the Checkout page is editable so that you can add notices for data collection and compliance, which you may do through the Data Privacy Compliance Settings Screen in the Control Panel.  Control Panel Screen...