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Daily Dashboard | Privacy bills introduced, advancing in several US states Related reading: A view from DC: A recap of the TikTok hearing



  • The Iowa House Information Technology Committee voted 15-0 to advance House Study Bill 674. The bill is now eligible to be voted on the House floor.
  • State Sen. Joseph Rafferty, D-Maine, introduced "An Act To Protect Consumers' Privacy by Giving Them Greater Control of Their Data and To Establish Consumer Protections Regarding Small Dollar Loans" Feb. 16. The bill was referred to the Innovation, Development, Economic Advancement and Business Committee. 
  • The Oklahoma House Technology Committee passed HB 2969, the Oklahoma Computer Data Privacy Act, on a 6-0 vote after an amendment replaced all of the language. The bill moves to the House floor for third reading and potential passage out of chamber.
  • State Sen. Kirk Cullimore, R-Utah, introduced the "Consumer Privacy Act" Feb. 17. The bill was referred to the Senate Revenue and Taxation Committee.

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