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Daily Dashboard | Attorney general drops revised Colorado Privacy Act draft rules Related reading: State senator proposes sanctions over Madison Square Garden facial recognition

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According to Husch Blackwell's "Byte Back," the Colorado attorney general's office released revisions to the Colorado Privacy Act draft rules. The updated rules build off the first draft, published in September 2022, and reflect comments from three stakeholder sessions held November 2022. Modifications include changes to provisions concerning privacy notices, consent and data protection assessments. Tweaks were also made to language around universal opt-out mechanisms and dark patterns. The latest draft is under public comment through Feb. 1.
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