The Connecticut Senate voted 35-0 to advance Senate Bill 6, an act concerning personal data privacy and online monitoring, to the House. The bill features provisions for "dark patterns," recognition of global opt-out mechanisms, explicit children's privacy measures, a right to cure that sunsets, and a July 1, 2023, effective date. A strike-all was adopted in the final Senate vote that moved the coverage threshold up to companies holding data on more than 100,000 users and a clarified definition for biometric data. The House will move right to floor consideration once the bill is transmitted.
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