The California Consumer Privacy Act

The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) gives California consumers enhanced access and control over their personal information.
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Equifax Is Committed to Data Privacy

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Equifax is committed to treating personal information with respect. While payroll data is subject to the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA) and employee data is currently exempt from the CCPA, we are dedicated to continuing our stewardship of the data entrusted to our care responsibly and appropriately as we strive to help properly balance people’s privacy with the important role data provides in today’s modern economy.

The Work Number® database is subject to the FCRA, and per those regulations, we provide people with 24/7 online access to their Employment Data Report and the ability to exercise their existing privacy rights under federal law. These rights include providing people with the right to know how their individual payroll data is used and the ability to dispute any inaccurate employment or income information on their report.
Take Control of Your Personal Information
Review and explore your options for the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA).