- Gov. Mike Dunleavy, R-Alaska, introduced the Consumer Data Privacy Act in separate bills filed to the Alaska Legislature's chambers. Senate Bill 116 and House Bill 159 include provisions for rights to know, disclosure and deletion, while it also follows a user opt-out model.
- State Sen. Robert Rodriguez, D-Colo., spoke with the Colorado Times Recorder about his privacy bill, SB 190. Rodriguez discussed the provisions of the bill, including opt-out consent provisions that he admitted he wanted to make opt-in. "No other states have that. I would love to do that, but I don’t think we’re at that point," Rodriguez said.
- State Rep. Collin Walke, R-Okla., doesn't know if HB 1602, the Computer Data Privacy Act, will pass the Oklahoma Senate before the 2021 legislative session closes, The Frontier reports. Lobbying efforts have stalled the bill, with Walke claiming the Senate Judiciary Committee refuses to consider the bill, which passed the House of Representatives March 4.
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