Brazil’s President Dilma Rousseff has signed into law the Marco Civil, an act that has been called the country’s “Constitution for the Internet” and aims to “pave the way to complete net neutrality.” In this Privacy Tracker roundup, get updates on this, as well as on bills in several U.S. states, including the advancement of an online consumer privacy bill in California, a prescription drug privacy bill in Connecticut, indefinite retention of newborn blood data in Minnesota and the apparent death of New Hampshire’s drone privacy legislation. (IAPP member login required.)
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