State Privacy Law Roundup

A U.S. federal privacy law, the American Data Privacy and Protection Act, has made it further than any in the past – it is a bipartisan bill that is set to be voted on in the House of Representatives – but its passage is far from certain, with opposition from California’s privacy enforcement body, various Attorneys General and others. State laws still govern, and raise an abundance of compliance considerations. California’s Privacy Rights and Enforcement Act will take effect in a few months and Connecticut and Utah have recently passed new laws. In this summer retrospective issue, we highlight articles with advice on complying with the CPRA and the new laws from Utah and Connecticut, as well as provisions in state laws governing the use of artificial intelligence. We will resume our regular publication schedule the week of September 5, 2022.

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