- Two privacy law proposals in the Florida Legislature earned favorable approval from House of Representatives and Senate committees. Following its first committee approval, House Bill 969 was supported 17–0 by the House Civil Justice & Property Rights Subcommittee Tuesday. The Senate Commerce and Tourism Committee voted 10–1 to advance Senate Bill 1734 to its next committee stop.
- According to Husch Blackwell's Data Privacy and Cybersecurity Legal Resource "Byte Back," Nevada lawmakers have proposed bills that would amend the state's opt-out law. Assembly Bill 323 and SB 260 would each broaden the scope of existing legislation by adding a data broker category and expanding the definition of "sale."
- West Virginia lawmakers introduced HB 3159, a bill relating to consumer data privacy, on March 15 and was referred to the House Committee on the Judiciary. The bill contains a user opt-out requirement for the sale and sharing of data, as well as a private cause of action.
- U.S. State Sens. Robert Rodriguez, D-Colo., and Paul Lundeen, R-Colo., introduced Senate Bill 21-190, the Protect Personal Data Privacy Act, to the Colorado General Assembly.
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