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Daily Dashboard | California passes voice recognition device bill Related reading: Notes from the IAPP, Oct. 22, 2021


According to Kelley Drye's Ad Law Access blog, the California Assembly passed Assembly Bill 1262, which places limits on the use and retention of voice data collected by connected TV and smart speaker developers. The law took up the California Consumer Privacy Act's definition of personal information while presenting its own definition for "affirmative written consent." The law does not cover cellphones, tablets, laptops with mobile data access, pagers or motor vehicles.
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