Following the example Europe set with General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), California passed a groundbreaking consumer data privacy law, with an impending effective date of January 2020. But California is not alone – other states have been proposing and adopting additional privacy protections, from enhancing cybersecurity protections (New York) to requiring registration of data brokers (Vermont). And all this activity in the states has prompted a renewed interest in federal privacy legislation. This session will provide an overview of state law developments, discuss the prospects for federal legislation, and how these changes will affect your business and the way you interact with consumers.
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