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The fines for non-compliance with data privacy laws differ. But generally, these can get real big, real fast. The CCPA, for example, can impose fines of up to $7,500 for intentional violations. It doesn’t seem like a lot, but that amount is fined PER INFRACTION, which can quickly add up. The California State Attorney General once brought a claim against Delta Airlines for $37,500,000 in fines. The case failed this time, but the next violator might not be as lucky.
Data Privacy Lawsuits
Loss Of Customer Trust