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United States Privacy Digest | Comprehensive privacy bills introduced in Mississippi, Vermont Related reading: Notes from the IAPP, May 20, 2022



  • State Sen. Angela Turner-Ford, D-Miss., introduced Senate Bill 2330, the Mississippi Consumer Data Privacy Act. The bill proposes data subject rights, a "do not sell" provision, a private right of action and attorney general enforcement.
  • The Vermont General Assembly has two comprehensive privacy bills proposed in the House of Representatives. House Bill 160 was carried over from the 2021 legislative session while H.570 was raised at the start of the current session. 
  • Virginia lawmakers will consider seven bills to amend the Virginia Consumer Data Protection Act prior to its Jan. 1, 2023, implementation date, according to Husch Blackwell’s “Byte Back.” The proposals seek to amend the act’s right to delete, nonprofit definition and enforcement provisions, following meetings of the VCDPA Work Group.
  • Kentucky state Sen. Whitney Westerfield, R-Ky., said a consumer privacy bill seeking to protect online data is a top priority, WHOP News Radio reports.
  • A constitutional amendment proposed in Maine would add privacy as a natural right and require a warrant before law enforcement can seize electronic data or communications, the Portland Press Herald reports. The proposal is one of several privacy-related bills being considered this session.

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