US Data Privacy Guide

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The effective dates of new U.S. data privacy laws are closing in. Currently, thirteen states have passed comprehensive data privacy laws in the United States: California, Virginia, Colorado, Connecticut, Utah, Iowa, Indiana, Tennessee, Texas, Florida, Montana, Oregon, and Delaware (the “US Consumer Privacy Laws”). The laws in California, Virginia, Colorado, and Connecticut are currently effective. As such, businesses are encouraged to begin preparations now to permit adequate time to identify its specific obligations, consider the business impacts of these requirements and effectively implement a compliant program with minimal disruption.

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