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Less Than a Month to Go Until Nevada Privacy Law Effective Date

As discussed in our previous blog post on the topic, Nevada’s amendments to its privacy law are set to go into effect Oct. 1, 2019. Less comprehensive in scope than the much-heralded CCPA, the Nevada privacy law amendment has received significantly less attention than its California counterpart. Even so, the new Nevada privacy law presents … Continue Reading

Texas Moves Forward With Updates to Breach Notification Law and Institutes Privacy Council to Study Data Privacy Legislation

Texas is one of the many states that looked to be following in the footsteps of California’s enactment of a broad consumer privacy law (the California Consumer Privacy Act), which has far-ranging implications for businesses and consumers. Two comprehensive data privacy bills, HB 4390 and HB 4518, were filed and heard at the last legislative … Continue Reading

Washington Privacy Act Dies in the House While California Continues to Consider Refinements to the CCPA

After passing the Senate nearly unanimously, the Washington Privacy Act (SB 5376) has stalled in the House of Representatives. The bill failed to achieve passage out of committee by the April 17 deadline for consideration of bills originating in the opposite house, and was returned to the Senate on April 28. As a result, SB … Continue Reading

California Sets Forth Further Legislation Imposing New Obligations on Companies

Over the past few weeks, California Republican lawmakers have introduced a new package of legislation called “Your Data, Your Way,” which would expand and strengthen consumer privacy rights beyond what is required by the new California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA). The “Your Data, Your Way” package is comprised of bills that would impose new obligations … Continue Reading

A New Year Brings a New Vermont Law Aimed at Data Brokers and Credit Reporting Agencies

On Jan. 1, 2019, a new Vermont law intended to protect consumers by imposing new requirements on “data brokers,” companies that aggregate and sell consumer information, and credit reporting agencies took effect. Under the new law, data brokers must comply with registration, information security safeguards and reporting requirements, while credit reporting agencies are prohibited from … Continue Reading
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