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Daily Dashboard | California Age-Appropriate Design Code Act advances to Senate; Maryland student privacy law takes force Related reading: A new era of US privacy policy? National security restrictions on personal data transactions



  • The California State Assembly voted 72-0 to pass Assembly Bill 2273, the California Age-Appropriate Design Code Act, and move it to Senate consideration. The bill contains provisions for children's data protection and limits to online exposure for minors under age 18 that would be enforceable by the California Privacy Protection Agency. According to California's 2022 legislative calendar, Aug. 31 is the last day for bills to be passed in either legislative chamber while the governor must sign or veto legislation by Sept. 30.
  • Maryland Senate Bill 325, an act concerning student data privacy, took effect June 1. The law increases student data protection over certain classes of data and definitions for covered information, targeted advertising and more. It also provides for the submission of a report on the law's effectiveness and practices to the governor and legislature by Dec. 1, 2025.

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