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Daily Dashboard | State reps. drop 2022 Oklahoma privacy bill; California genetic privacy bill passes Related reading: Introducing the top 6 operational impacts of the DPDPA



  • State Reps. Josh West, R-Okla., and Collin Walke, D-Okla., announced the filing of House Bill 2969, the Oklahoma Computer Data Privacy Act of 2022, ahead of the 2022 legislative session, which opens Feb. 7, 2022. The lawmakers plan to run their new comprehensive privacy bill alongside their 2021 bill, HB 1602, which stalled out in the Oklahoma Senate last session following passage from the House. West said HB 2969 was drafted to be "the most stringent data privacy law in the nation."
  • The California State Assembly unanimously passed Senate Bill 41, the Genetic Information Privacy Act, on a 38-0 vote. The bill concerns individual's rights and general transparency related to genetic testing companies' data practices. The bill now requires approval from Gov. Gavin Newsom, D-Calif.

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