National Law Review reports the Florida Legislature has begun considering a proposal for comprehensive privacy legislation. The bill, introduced in both the state's Senate and House of Representatives, carries some provisions and requirements that are comparable to the California Consumer Privacy Act, while others are not. Like the CCPA, Florida's proposed legislation calls for user opt-outs and various data transparency obligations for organizations. However, the bill has a narrower definition of "sale" than the CCPA, and it's not fully clear which organizations are subject to the proposed legislation.
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