The U.S. is on the cusp of one-fifth of its states adopting their own comprehensive state privacy legislation, with Texas set to be the 10th. The Texas Legislature approved HB 4, the Texas Data Privacy and Security Act, via conference committee 28 May, and it now awaits final action from the governor. The bill, to become effective 1 July 2024, carries similarities to existing state laws, while presenting nuances that will impact privacy professionals. IAPP Staff Writer Joe Duball has the details.
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