- The Illinois House of Representatives is considering two privacy bills. House Bill 3910, the Consumer Privacy Act, was introduced Feb. 22, while HB 2404, the Right to Know Act, was submitted Feb. 17.
- State Sen. Cynthia Stone Creem, D-Mass., introduced Senate Bill 1726, an act establishing the Massachusetts Information Privacy Act, Feb. 18. It includes data subject rights, provisions to protect biometric and location data, and would establish a state information privacy commission to handle enforcement.
- According to law firm Winthrop & Weinstine, State Reps. Steve Elkins, D-Minn., and Mohamud Noor, D-Minn., introduced HB 1492, the Minnesota Consumer Data Privacy Act, Feb. 22. It is the second privacy bill to be introduced to the Minnesota House of Representatives during the 2021 legislative session.
- The Utah Senate's Transportation, Public Utilities, Energy, and Technology Committee unanimously approved moving SB 200, the Consumer Privacy Act, onto the Senate floor with a favorable recommendation.
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