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The keys for a successful transition from CCPA to CPRA

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[US Webinar Series by Didomi - Ep. 3]

With growing concerns around users' data collection creating momentum for new privacy laws, more and more US states are proposing solutions.

You might already be familiar with the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) of 2018. Since 2021, twenty-nine bills have been introduced in twenty-three states. Four of those states (Colorado, Virginia, Connecticut and Utah) joined California in enacting privacy legislation.

As of July 1st, 2023, the CPRA will come into effect in California and businesses will have to adapt to remain compliant. We are also witnessing the emergence of solutions like GPC, allowing users to opt out directly from their browsers.

Therefore, we've put together this webinar on April 13th to cover the topic of privacy law changes in California and the United States and support you on the path to data compliance.

We're delighted receive 3 distinguished experts:

  • Julia Shullman, Co-Founder at Coir
  • Sebastian Zimmeck, Wesleyan University Professor and Global Privacy Control Representative
  • Jeff Wheeler, VP of Product at Didomi

During this webinar, our panelists will discuss:

1. Context & Timeline: What is CPRA and how does it differ from CCPA?

2. What do businesses need to change to remain compliant with the CPRA?

3. What is GPC and what are the benefits for US users?

4. What will be the consequences for businesses?

Is your business ready for the CPRA enforcement and the development of GPC? Register for this webinar to find out the impact on your business and data collection strategy.

Hosted by

  • Guest speaker
    Julia Shullman Co-Founder @ Coir

  • Team member
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    Jeff Wheeler Head of Product North America @ Didomi

  • Team member
    Thomas Adhumeau

  • Guest speaker
    Sebastian Zimmeck Professor @ Wesleyan University


Didomi allows organizations to place customer consent at the core of their strategy.

Didomi builds technology that allows organizations to place customer consent at the core of their strategy. By making consent and preferences easily accessible, companies benefit from compliant customer data while seeing higher engagement and increased user trust.