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Daily Dashboard | Connecticut privacy bill could be heard in Senate next week Related reading: The rise of US state-level BIPA: Illinois leads, others catching up


Connecticut’s Senate Bill 6, an act concerning personal data privacy and online monitoring, could be heard on the Senate floor as early as next week, the Hartford Courant reports. There are mixed responses to the proposal. The Digital Advertising Alliance said it could “hinder Connecticut residents’ access to valuable ad-supported online resources,” and a group of trial lawyers oppose enforcement limited solely to the attorney general. Consumer Reports’ Maureen Mahoney called for expanded consumer privacy rights within the bill. Editor’s note: IAPP Staff Writer Joe Duball reported details on the proposed SB 6.
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