California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) and Pop-Ups: What This Means

In this Justuno Support article, we will briefly cover the details of CCPA

The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA)  is the first of its kind in the United States and is slated to go into effect on January 1, 2020. It’s been widely viewed as the beginning of the “United States’ GDPR” and enacts strict regulations giving California residents more control over their personal information.

We want to make you aware of steps Justuno has taken to prepare for CCPA and steps you may want to take in case you have not already been in contact with us about CCPA matters.

Updated Privacy Policy, GDPR Information

We have updated our Privacy Policy to explain Justuno’s processing of data and other details in line with CCPA.

Customers who need to enter into a Data Protection Addendum with Justuno

Our Data Processing Agreement (DPA) offers contractual terms that meet CCPA & GDPR requirements and reflect our data privacy and security commitments to our customers. Each customer processing personal data on behalf of EU/EEA/California individuals is now able to sign this agreement here.


Customers with offline or customized agreements

Please email in order to receive a Data Processing Addendum and an amendment to your current agreement.


  • On Jan 1, 2020 you will be prompted to review and consent to the Terms of Service to continue. If you continue to use our services after Jan 1, 2020 you’ll be deemed to have accepted the new Terms of Service.
  • If you accept these terms on behalf of a third party (such as an agency client or reseller customer), you confirm that the third party you represent has read and understood the Terms of Service and Privacy Notice and that you’re authorized to accept the Terms of Service on their behalf.


Please send any questions you may have to and thank you for choosing Justuno!