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Daily Dashboard | Comprehensive state privacy bills proposed in Florida, Indiana, Washington Related reading: A view from DC: Is your privacy notice stuck in the ’90s?




  • According to a blog post from Shook, Hardy & Bacon Partner Al Saikali, CIPP/E, CIPP/US, CIPT, FIP, PLS, state Sen. Jennifer Bradley, R-Fla., reintroduced the Florida Privacy Protection Act. Bradley's bill, Senate Bill 1864, returns from last session where the Florida Legislature fell short on a compromise between two comprehensive privacy bills. Florida Politics also reports state Rep. Fiona McFarland, R-Fla., is preparing to resubmit her comprehensive privacy bill early in the 2022 session.
  • State Rep. Carey Hamilton, D-Ind., introduced a comprehensive privacy bill to the Indiana House. House Bill 1261 was referred to House Committee on Commerce, Small Business and Economic Development following its first reading.
  • Several privacy bills were raised during the opening of the Washington State Legislature. Notably, state Sen. Reuven Carlyle, D-Wash., reintroduced the Washington Privacy Act for a fourth consecutive session while also proposing a companion bill, Senate Bill 5813, that includes provisions on children's privacy, data brokers and the Global Privacy Control. Additionally, a separate initiative for comprehensive privacy law was proposed in House Bill 1850.

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