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Daily Dashboard | The latest privacy law news in the US Related reading: A view from DC: Should ChatGPT slow down?

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Here are the latest stories on privacy law developments across the U.S.:

  • Sacramento County Superior Court Judge Shelleyanne W. L. Chang approved the Californians for Consumer Privacy's request for an order ensuring petition signatures are counted by June 25 to determine whether the California Privacy Rights Act will be on the November ballot, MediaPost reports.
  • Vermont's new data breach notification and children's privacy laws will go into effect July 1, according to Hunton Andrews Kurth's Privacy & Information Security Law Blog.
  • The New York Civil Liberties Union filed a lawsuit against the state Education Department after it approved the use of facial recognition technology in the Lockport City School District, WBFO reports.
  • The New Mexico Supreme Court ruled prosecutors can obtain an individual's banking records via a warrantless grand jury subpoena without violating their privacy rights, Los Alamos Daily Post reports.
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