The CCPA (California Consumer Privacy Act) now includes a specific requirement for anybody doing business with California residents. This applies to all NICA members who are located in California or have clients located in the state of California.
- Use plain, straightforward language and avoid technical or legal jargon.
- Use a format that makes the policy readable, including on smaller screens, if applicable.
- Be available in the languages in which the business in its ordinary course provides contracts, disclaimers, sale announcements, and other information to consumers.
- Be accessible to consumers with disabilities. At a minimum, provide information on how a consumer with a disability may access the policy in an alternative format.
- Be available in an additional format that allows a consumer to print it out as a separate document.
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