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California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) is a new privacy law that applies to certain businesses that collect personal information from California residents. The new law will come into effect on January 1, 2020.

CCPA California Consumer Privacy Act

If you’re running AdSense or Admob ads, you’ve probably got a message like this (quick translation):

The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) is a new privacy law that applies to certain businesses that collect personal information from California residents. The new law will come into effect on January 1, 2020.

Google already offers data protection terms in accordance with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) in Europe. We are also now offering service providers a CCPA arrangement, which will complement existing data protection terms (revised to reflect the CCPA), effective January 1, 2020. For clients in the context of of our online contracts and updated platform agreements, the terms and conditions of the service provider will be integrated into our existing contracts via the data protection conditions. For these customers, no action is required on your part to add the service provider’s terms into your contract.
These service delivery conditions will be made available to partners along with new tools for limited data processing. Restricted data processing is intended to help partners prepare for CCPA. Some partners may decide to send a restricted data-processing signal to users who click on a CCPA refusal link. Other partners may decide to allow restricted data processing for all users in California through a control in our products. Subject to the terms and conditions of the Service Provider, we will act as the CCPA Service Provider with respect to processed data when Restricted Data Processing is enabled. You can refer to this article for more information on restricted data processing and to determine if restricted data processing meets your CCPA compliance requirements. Please also see the articles in our Ad Manager Help Center, AdMob, AdSense for more information on enabling restricted data processing.
See also https://privacy.google.com/businesses/rdp/ and https://www.caprivacy.org/

If you’re running AdSense or Admob ads, you’ve probably got a message like this (quick translation):

The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) is a new privacy law that applies to certain businesses that collect personal information from California residents. The new law will come into effect on January 1, 2020.

Google already offers data protection terms in accordance with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) in Europe. We are also now offering service providers a CCPA arrangement, which will complement existing data protection terms (revised to reflect the CCPA), effective January 1, 2020. For clients in the context of of our online contracts and updated platform agreements, the terms and conditions of the service provider will be integrated into our existing contracts via the data protection conditions. For these customers, no action is required on your part to add the service provider’s terms into your contract.
These service delivery conditions will be made available to partners along with new tools for limited data processing. Restricted data processing is intended to help partners prepare for CCPA. Some partners may decide to send a restricted data-processing signal to users who click on a CCPA refusal link. Other partners may decide to allow restricted data processing for all users in California through a control in our products. Subject to the terms and conditions of the Service Provider, we will act as the CCPA Service Provider with respect to processed data when Restricted Data Processing is enabled. You can refer to this article for more information on restricted data processing and to determine if restricted data processing meets your CCPA compliance requirements. Please also see the articles in our Ad Manager Help Center, AdMob, AdSense for more information on enabling restricted data processing.
See also https://privacy.google.com/businesses/rdp/ and https://www.caprivacy.org/

If you’re running AdSense or Admob ads, you’ve probably got a message like this (quick translation):

The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) is a new privacy law that applies to certain businesses that collect personal information from California residents. The new law will come into effect on January 1, 2020.

Google already offers data protection terms in accordance with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) in Europe. We are also now offering service providers a CCPA arrangement, which will complement existing data protection terms (revised to reflect the CCPA), effective January 1, 2020. For clients in the context of of our online contracts and updated platform agreements, the terms and conditions of the service provider will be integrated into our existing contracts via the data protection conditions. For these customers, no action is required on your part to add the service provider’s terms into your contract.
These service delivery conditions will be made available to partners along with new tools for limited data processing. Restricted data processing is intended to help partners prepare for CCPA. Some partners may decide to send a restricted data-processing signal to users who click on a CCPA refusal link. Other partners may decide to allow restricted data processing for all users in California through a control in our products. Subject to the terms and conditions of the Service Provider, we will act as the CCPA Service Provider with respect to processed data when Restricted Data Processing is enabled. You can refer to this article for more information on restricted data processing and to determine if restricted data processing meets your CCPA compliance requirements. Please also see the articles in our Ad Manager Help Center, AdMob, AdSense for more information on enabling restricted data processing.
See also https://privacy.google.com/businesses/rdp/ and https://www.caprivacy.org/

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