Husch Blackwell’s David Stauss, CIPP/US, CIPT, FIP, Malia Rogers and Megan Herr recap the latest developments with the Washington Privacy Act, also known as Senate Bill 6281. The Washington House of Representatives passed an amended version of the bill, which includes a private right of action. One adopted amendment struck all facial-recognition provisions from the act. This comes after the House passed a separate Senate Bill 6280, which covers facial recognition. The House and Senate have until March 12 to resolve their differences around SB 6281.
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