Tagged as: US Data Privacy Laws

States Race After Utah on Minors’ Privacy Despite Legal Threats

The legislative and regulatory landscape concerning minors’ privacy is becoming increasingly protective, adding new complexity and uncertainty for companies as they navigate a patchwork of requirements. The latest legislative trend aims to regulate use of social media by minors and provide parents with greater control over their children’s social media…

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Takeaways from Washington's Sweeping Health Privacy Bill

On April 27, Washington Gov. Jay Inslee signed into law the state’s sweeping health privacy bill – the My Health Data Act.[1] The act, which establishes a comprehensive privacy framework for entities that do business in the state and that handle consumer health data, will take effect less than a…

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Crystal Ball Privacy in 2023: US States, Kids and AI

Last year was a rollercoaster year for data protection and privacy professionals, but expect 2023 to call and raise 2022’s activity at the state, federal and international levels. Privacy, as we all know, is recession-proof. These will be some of the highlights: US state laws go into force The most…

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