Whether anyone asked for the California Consumer Privacy Act for Christmas or not, the law is scheduled to officially go into effect on Jan. 1, 2020, and it’s possible that many businesses still have some prep work ahead of them when it comes to updating their cloud agreements.

That insight arrives courtesy of Baker McKenzie’s 2019 Cloud Survey, which garnered 190 responses from professionals across the globe working in roles that include legal, information security, sales, marketing, information technology, procurement and C-suite level.

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