State Rep. Shannon Zimmerman, R-Wis., said he will be proposing the Wisconsin Data Privacy Act, RiverTowns reports. The set of three bills would allow residents to learn what data businesses have collected about them and give them rights to data collection and deletion. The legislation would prohibit companies from collecting or selling personal data with some exceptions. It would also fine companies up to $20 million or 2% of their annual revenue, whichever is greater, for personal data violations. “It could serve as the standard for the nation,” Zimmerman said of the proposal.
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