New Jersey lawmakers have proposed a data privacy bill, The Wall Street Journal reports. The bill would require companies to obtain consent before data can be collected and sold to third parties. It would also require organizations to be transparent in how they use data, while also giving residents a set of data rights. Assemblyman Andrew Zwicker, D-N.J., the lead sponsor of the bill, said a hearing will be held March 16 to solicit feedback on the proposed rules.
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