The Colorado attorney general's office announced finalization of the Colorado Privacy Act regulations. The office highlighted rules implemented on the topics of universal opt-out mechanisms, data protection impact assessments, user profiling and transparency. The rules were formulated based on feedback from 137 written comments. "Attorneys in my office thoughtfully incorporated feedback throughout the rulemaking to carefully craft rules to both protect consumers and ensure businesses have reasonable direction as they manage Coloradans' information," Colorado Attorney General Phil Weiser said.
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