Here are a few articles connected to the California Consumer Privacy Act – Like legislation that has been happening in Spring of 2021.
Article 1: Status of Proposed CCPA-like State Privacy Legislation JD Supra April 12 2021
This spring 2021 legislative session has been extremely busy for the consumer privacy act. To date, state lawmakers have introduced bills in 24 states. Alaska, Connecticut, Florida, Illinois, Minnesota, New York, Massachusetts, and Washington are considering multiple bills. One state (Virginia) has passed legislation whereas the bills in four states (Kentucky, North Dakota, Mississippi, and Utah) have failed. This article includes more information about the different types of legislation happening and the impacts they will have. Read more here:
Article 2: 2021 State Privacy Law Tracker Husch Blackwell
A resource for following the changing landscape of U.S. state privacy laws. Read more here:
Article 3: Series on Virginia Consumer Privacy Act – Troutman Pepper March 25 2021
Identifying data processing obligations is tricky, especially as overlapping privacy laws are enacted. Compliance will always hinge on understanding what laws jurisdictionally apply and a firm grasp of the data collected and purpose of such collection. As discussed throughout this series, these related laws are generally rooted in the Fair Information Practice Principles (FIPPs), which serve as a reliable guidepost when developing a data privacy and security program. Read more here: