Oregon’s Privacy Act Signed into Law

The Governor of Oregon has signed the Oregon Consumer Privacy Act (OCPA) into law meaning this will go into effect on July 1, 2024.

Who it Affects

The OCPA applies to any person that conducts business in Oregon or provides services to Oregon residents and during a calendar year controls or processes:

  • The personal data of 100,000 or more consumers, other than personal data controller or processed solely for the purpose of completing a payment transaction; or
  • The personal data or 25,000 or more consumer while deriving 25% or more of its annual gross revenue from selling personal data.

Consumer Right

  • Right to confirm
  • Right to access
  • Right to correct
  • Right to delete
  • Right to opt-out
  • Right to data portability
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