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Daily Dashboard | Michigan lawmakers introduce comprehensive privacy bill Related reading: Council of State to examine Belgian DPA reform bill

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State Sen. Rosemary Bayer, D-Mich., and fellow Senate Democrats introduced Senate Bill 1182, the Michigan Personal Data Privacy Act. The bill would cover businesses that hold data on more than 100,000 consumers and on those holding data on more than 25,000 consumers while generating 50% gross revenue from data sales. Notable provisions include consumer opt-outs for data sales and targeted advertising, a data broker registry, a 30-day right to cure, and a private right of action with 30 days of notice. The bill was referred to the Senate Committee on Energy and Technology.
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