Are cookies personal data under CCPA?

Under the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), cookies may be considered personal data if they contain information that could be used to identify a user or if they are used to track a user’s online activity which will likely reveal their personal data.

It is crucial for businesses to analyze the types of information they collect and process using cookies, as well as the purpose of using them, to determine whether it is subject to the requirements of the CCPA.