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New State Privacy Laws Take Effect

Connecticut and Colorado join California and Virginia in enforcing data protection laws for state residents.
Catherine Pyle
Contributing Writer
data privacy

Two data privacy laws in Colorado and Connecticut are in effect, adding to the patchwork of state-level regulations in the United States. Failure to comply with these laws could result in civil penalties of up to $20,000 per violation in certain states.

Why it matters: These developments underscore the importance of staying updated on data privacy regulations at both the federal and state levels. The proliferation of state-specific laws necessitates a thorough understanding of compliance requirements and the implementation of robust data protection measures. Leaders must prioritize privacy by designing systems and processes that adhere to the evolving landscape of data privacy regulations.

  • The complexity of state data privacy laws poses challenges for companies in ensuring compliance. California initiated this trend in 2018 with its privacy bill, followed by Virginia this year.
  • Residents of each state will be able to request businesses delete personal data they have collected, similar to California’s privacy law.
  • Utah’s privacy bill is set to go into effect Dec. 31st, 2023, followed by Tennessee, Indiana, and others.

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