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California has the strongest privacy laws in the USA, but the process is broken. California’s current solution, the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), gives residents the right to know what data a company has on file about them, the right to delete that data, and the right to opt-out of further collection of data while maintaining the right to non-discrimination. Right now, none of these processes are standardized. To exercise your rights you must manually input requests through non-standardized forms and fields, and even then sometimes a company will send you a 30+ page packages of additional info requests. And then to top it all off, the company sends you gigabyte of raw data via unencrypted emails. There are over 500,000 businesses subject to CCPA, and nobody has time to submit requests to even a handful of the sites and services they use. This is a broken, time consuming, and user-hostile process, and Vael is working to make it better—for consumers and businesses.
The internet has largely been the wild west since its inception, and legislation has struggled to keep pace with its rapid growth. Businesses have been able to capitalize on the expansion of the internet with their “free” business models, but we’re learning the hard way that there’s no such thing as free. Unfortunately, the cost to consumers is the choice between their personal privacy or the ability to use an internet product/service. That’s not right, you shouldn't have to make this sacrifice.
We can't totally trash on businesses though. CCPA compliance is a huge financial burden for them. We give businesses the opportunity to make CCPA work for them and let businesses focus on what they do best, rather than using all of their resources for CCPA compliance purposes.
Vael’s changing the way that the internet works for everyone. Does this sound like something you’re interested in? Join us to help forge a new frontier on the internet — OR just continue watching the digital evolution pass you by.
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Last Updated: October 27, 2020