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Daily Dashboard | Oregon passes bill requiring online companies to adhere to their own privacy policies Related reading: Oregon Passes Bill Protecting Sexual Assault Victims

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A bill updating the regulation of companies' online privacy policies is now on its way to the governor's desk in Oregon. In a press release, Attorney General Ellen Rosenblum applauded the state legislature for passing HB 2090, which will require companies to follow the stated terms of their online privacy policies. The update revises Oregon's Unlawful Trade Practices Act of the 1970s, which didn't apply to online companies. "This new law does something very simple, but important: If a business tells you its privacy policy is going to treat your online information a certain way — and then it doesn't comply with what it told you — it's in violation of the Oregon consumer protection laws," Rosenblum said. 
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