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Daily Dashboard | Florida House privacy bill keeps momentum Related reading: Comparing privacy laws in Virginia and California

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The Florida House of Representatives Commerce Committee voted 22–0 to advance House Bill 969 with a favorable recommendation to the House floor. The committee took up a "strike-all" amendment that made several notable changes to the law, including tweaks to coverage thresholds, new controller-processor language and moving the effective date to July 2022. The amended bill retained a limited private right of action, which contrasts the Senate companion bill. Shook, Hardy & Bacon Partner Al Saikali, CIPP/E, CIPP/US, CIPT, FIP, PLS, examined the state of play on both Florida bills following Wednesday's movement.
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