According to Husch Blackwell's "Byte Back," the Colorado attorney general's office released the second set of revisions to the Colorado Privacy Act draft regulations. Changes from the last revisions released in January include tweaks to business requirements for privacy notices, universal opt-out mechanisms, and honoring consumer rights and opt-out requests. With rules for universal opt-out mechanisms, the updates work to create more interoperability between U.S. comprehensive state privacy laws. Colorado's privacy law is effective July 1.
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