Colorado's New Privacy Law

How to Comply With Colorado’s New Privacy Law

For all the state data privacy bills that get drafted, a shockingly low amount have actually been passed into law. California and Virginia have been the only two states with privacy legislation one could call “comprehensive” – until now.  Enter Colorado. Unless the governor refuses to sign the bill, the Colorado Privacy Act (CPA) will…
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North Carolina Consumer Data Privacy

A Guide to North Carolina’s Proposed Data Privacy Law

Following the lead of other states, the North Carolina General Assembly has introduced a broad consumer privacy bill–the Consumer Privacy Act (CPA) of North Carolina. Here’s what to expect from the bill if it is passed into law. Applicability  The law applies to your business if it conducts business in North Carolina, or produces products…
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How to Respond to Automated Data Subject Requests

The implementation of high-profile data laws such as the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) have given consumers the ability to exercise previously-unheard-of rights.  This paradigm shift has left businesses and financial organizations scrambling to keep up, perhaps most notably with data access and opt-out requests–when consumers submit…
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A Guide to Florida’s Proposed Version of CCPA

The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) has been an influential model for other states as they draft their own data privacy legislation. Recent laws from Virginia and Minnesota closely resemble CCPA, and now Florida has made joined the movement with a new data privacy law that is strikingly similar to California’s. The bill, called HB 969, has…
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The Washington Privacy Act is Back in Play

It’s been a turbulent journey for the Washington Privacy Act (WPA). When initially proposed in 2019, the legislation seemed like Washington’s answer to the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), establishing a stricter approach to state-level data privacy. However, the bill narrowly failed to pass in 2019, meeting the same fate when reworked in 2020. Though…
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