Connecticut Becomes the Fifth State to Enact Comprehensive Consumer Data Privacy Legislation

State-enacted comprehensive consumer data privacy legislation is becoming more common across the United States. Connecticut is now the fifth state to enact such legislation, joining California, Colorado, Utah, and Virginia.[1]  Public Act No. 22-15—The “Act Concerning Personal Data Privacy and Online Monitoring” (also referred to as the “Connecticut Data Privacy Act” or “CTDPA”)—will go into…

How Nevada Doubled Down on Privacy Legislation

The Privacy of Information Collected on the Internet From Consumers Act (NPICICA) and Security of Information Maintained by Data Collectors and Other Businesses statute (SIMDC) are Nevada’s two main online consumer privacy laws (together, Nevada’s Privacy Laws). Although lesser-known and considered less comprehensive[1] than the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), Nevada’s Privacy Laws are still…