Oklahoma: Changing Data Privacy as We Know It?

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If the Oklahoma Computer Data Privacy Act passes, Oklahoma will be the first state to require consumers to give permission before a company may sell or share personal data—an unprecedented move towards stricter data privacy standards in the U.S. So what does data privacy mean for a consumer, how should companies be handling personal data now and where is Oklahoma headed in regard to this area of cybersecurity? Crowe & Dunlevy attorneys Anthony Hendricks and Jordan E.M. Sessler discuss potential changes to come with proposed House See more +
If the Oklahoma Computer Data Privacy Act passes, Oklahoma will be the first state to require consumers to give permission before a company may sell or share personal data—an unprecedented move towards stricter data privacy standards in the U.S. So what does data privacy mean for a consumer, how should companies be handling personal data now and where is Oklahoma headed in regard to this area of cybersecurity? Crowe & Dunlevy attorneys Anthony Hendricks and Jordan E.M. Sessler discuss potential changes to come with proposed House Bill 1602. See less -
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