Legislating Data Privacy Series

In the fourteenth episode of our Legislating Data Privacy podcast series, we talk with Colorado Attorney General Phil Weiser.

Over the next year, the Colorado Attorney General’s office will play a significant role in the development of state privacy law through Colorado Privacy Act (CPA) rulemaking.

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In the thirteenth episode of our Legislating Data Privacy podcast series, we talk with Kentucky Republican Senator Whitney Westerfield.

Senator Westerfield is the author of Senate Bill 15, which would have granted Kentucky residents various privacy rights regarding their personal data. Senator Westerfield’s bill was, in many respects, stronger than other bills proposed

In February 2022, the Massachusetts legislature’s Joint Committee on Advanced Information Technology, the Internet and Cybersecurity voted unanimously to advance the Massachusetts Information Privacy and Security Act (S.2687). Shortly after the vote, we sat down with Representatives Dave Rogers and Andy Vargas, two of the bill’s co-sponsors, to discuss the bill.

During our

In the tenth episode of our Legislating Data Privacy podcast series, we talk with Maureen Mahoney, Senior Policy Analyst at Consumer Reports – a leading consumer privacy advocate. Maureen’s areas of focus include state data privacy, security, and data breach notification legislation; state right to repair legislation; and robocalls policy. Maureen is ubiquitous on

In the ninth episode of our Legislating Data Privacy series, we continue our conversation with Colorado Senator Robert Rodriguez.

In July 2021, Colorado became the third state to pass broad consumer privacy legislation – the Colorado Privacy Act. Senator Rodriguez was the primary architect of the bill and spearheaded its passage.

In this two-part

In the eighth episode of our Legislating Data Privacy series, we talk with Colorado Senator Robert Rodriguez.

In July 2021, Colorado became the third state to pass broad consumer privacy legislation – the Colorado Privacy Act. Senator Rodriguez was the primary architect of the bill and spearheaded its passage.

In this two-part conversation, Senator

In the seventh episode of our Legislating Data Privacy series, we talk with Connecticut Senator James Maroney.

Senator Maroney is the author of Senate Bill No. 893, which would have granted Connecticut residents various privacy rights regarding their personal data.

In this episode, Senator Maroney discusses the fascinating path of S.B. 893 during the

In the sixth episode of our Legislating Data Privacy Series, we talk with Joseph Duball, staff writer at the International Association of Privacy Professionals.

In 2021, no one covered state privacy legislation more than Joe Duball. If there was a committee hearing or floor debate, Joe was listening and reporting. In his work contributing

In the fifth episode of our Legislating Data Privacy series, we talk with Florida Republican Representative Fiona McFarland.

In April, the Florida legislature was on the cusp of enacting consumer privacy legislation after both its House and Senate passed bills, although it ultimately was unable to pass a bill before adjourning. Representative McFarland was