Legislating Data Privacy Series

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

In the fourth episode of our Legislating Data Privacy series, we talk with Arizona Representative Domingo DeGrazia.

Representative DeGrazia is the author of HB 2865, which would have granted Arizona residents various privacy rights regarding their personal data.

In this fascinating interview, Representative DeGrazia – a CIPP/US – discusses the challenges of running

In the third episode of our Legislating Data Privacy series, we talk with Washington Representative Shelley Kloba.

If you follow proposed state privacy legislation, you know that Washington state is at its epicenter. For the past three years, the Washington legislature has considered – but failed to pass – the Washington Privacy Act. Representative Kloba

In the second podcast of our Legislating Data Privacy series, we talk with Minnesota Representative Steve Elkins.

Representative Elkins is the co-author of HF 1492, the Minnesota Consumer Data Privacy Act.

In this wide-ranging interview, Representative Elkins discusses what happened with HF 1492 during the 2021 legislative session, his plan for reintroducing the bill

Keypoint: Our legislating data privacy podcast series kicks off with an in-depth conversation with Representative Collin Walke of Oklahoma.

As readers of this blog know, the emergence of broad state consumer privacy legislation has been one of the dominant stories in privacy law since at least June 2018 when California lawmakers passed the California Consumer