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Daily Dashboard | Maine privacy law takes force despite legal challenges Related reading: Martin Abrams: A look back at a career in information privacy and consumer policy



Maine Public reports Maine's new privacy law that prohibits internet service providers from selling or sharing customers' information without their permission took force Aug. 1. The law was set to come into effect July 1 before Maine Attorney General Aaron Frey agreed to a delay due to COVID-19. State Sen. Shenna Bellows, D-Kennebec, who proposed the law, doesn't believe ongoing legal challenges to the law by ISPs will be a problem, saying she hopes they "desist in challenging the law" and  "just move into compliance."
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