- In an op-ed for the Orlando Sentinel, ZwillGen Fellow Daniel de Zayas explains why efforts to pass privacy legislation in the Florida House of Representatives and Senate underscore the need for U.S. Congress to pass a federal law. De Zayas sees "a Congress that — through countless sessions — has watched states trip over one another’s privacy laws and has abstained from enacting federal privacy legislation that would empower Americans and guide American businesses."
- According to Husch Blackwell's Data Privacy and Cybersecurity Legal Resource "Byte Back," the Nevada Senate passed Senate Bill 260, which aims to broaden the right to opt out of data sales. The bill would alter the definition of "sale" to extend to more businesses, add language for data brokers and add exemptions.
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