Keypoint: CCPA-like privacy bills continue to be introduced and work their way through state legislatures.

Those who attended our recent webinar or who subscribe to this blog know that we have been closely tracking proposed CCPA-like legislation in state legislatures across the country. We also launched a 2021 State Privacy Law Tracker to keep pace with the latest developments.

Yet, even with these efforts, there still are numerous developments occurring on a near daily basis. Therefore, we decided to wait until a weekend (when state legislatures are quiet) to provide a summary of where these bills stand. Of course, the contents provided below are time-sensitive and subject to change.


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Keypoint: Lawmakers in New York and Minnesota have proposed CCPA-like privacy legislation.

As state legislatures have started to convene for the 2021 session, state lawmakers have once-again proposed CCPA-like privacy legislation. As discussed in our prior post, in early January Washington lawmakers again proposed the Washington Privacy Act. In addition, over the last few days, CCPA-like legislation has been proposed in New York and Minnesota.

It is expected that CCPA-like legislation will be filed in more states over the coming days. Whether this legislation moves forward remains to be seen. With the exception of the Washington Privacy Act, over the last two years privacy legislation proposed in other states has failed to gain any traction.


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