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WeCP Compliance with United States (US) Laws
WeCP Compliance with United States (US) Laws

WeCP is rigorously aligned with US legal standards such as COPPA, CCPA, GDPR and EEOC. We respect user rights and anti-discrimination laws.

Abhishek Kaushik avatar
Written by Abhishek Kaushik
Updated over a week ago

WeCP stands committed to adhering to the complex web of United States laws and regulations that govern software and online platforms. This dedication not only reflects our respect for the legal framework but also underscores our commitment to providing a secure, reliable, and compliant environment for our users. Below, we detail the key areas of U.S. law that WeCP rigorously complies with, ensuring our platform remains a trusted tool for skill assessment and remote interviewing.

Data Protection and Privacy

California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA)

As a San Francisco-based company, WeCP adheres to the CCPA by providing California residents with the right to know about the personal data collected about them and the purpose for which it is used. Users have the right to request deletion of personal information and opt-out of the sale of personal information.

General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)

Although GDPR is a European Union regulation, WeCP complies with its principles for U.S. users to ensure the highest standard of data protection, including data subject rights, data minimization, and ensuring data security.


Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)

WeCP ensures that our platform is accessible to people with disabilities, aligning with the ADA’s requirements. This includes making sure our digital content and software tools are accessible to those with visual, hearing, cognitive, and motor impairments.

Employment and Anti-Discrimination

Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC)

WeCP's tools for evaluating skills and conducting remote interviews are designed to be fair and unbiased, complying with EEOC guidelines to prevent discrimination based on age, race, sex, religion, national origin, disability, or genetic information.

Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA)

WeCP ensures that our employment practices, particularly for those internally who might be considered for overtime, adhere to the FLSA. This includes accurate tracking and compensation for overtime work.

Intellectual Property

Copyright Act

WeCP respects the intellectual property rights of others and ensures that all content on our platform, including code snippets, questions, and assessments, either is original content created by our team or is used with the appropriate permissions or licenses.

Export Control

WeCP complies with the U.S. Export Administration Regulations (EAR) and the International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) as applicable. Our platform does not allow for the transfer of any software or technical data that may be considered controlled under these regulations without the proper government authorization.

Financial Regulations

As we aim to grow and possibly engage in more complex financial transactions, WeCP is committed to complying with applicable U.S. financial regulations, including the Sarbanes-Oxley Act (SOX) for financial reporting and the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) for transactions processed on our platform.

Continuous Compliance

WeCP understands that compliance is not a one-time achievement but a continuous commitment. We are dedicated to staying up-to-date with legal changes and technological advancements to ensure ongoing compliance and to support our goal of becoming a leading platform in the U.S. market. Our compliance team regularly reviews our policies and practices to adapt to new regulatory requirements and best practices.

For any inquiries or more detailed information regarding our compliance efforts, please contact our legal department at Your trust in our platform is of utmost importance, and we are here to ensure that WeCP remains a reliable, secure, and compliant choice for all your skill assessment and remote interviewing needs.

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