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North Dakota’s legislature passed a bill to study personal internet data issues, with senators endorsing the Bill 43-2, Valley News Live reports. The bill, introduced by Republican Rep. Jim Kasper, was originally intended to empower state residents to know what data has been collected by a company and how it has been shared, then allow them to request that the data be deleted, but the bill was amended to first study the issue.
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