- The Indiana Senate Committee on Commerce and Technology voted 11-0 to advance Senate Bill 5, an act concerning consumer data protection. The committee adopted an amendment to add a sunset on the right to cure in 2028. SB 5 needs two Senate floor votes to change chambers.
- State Sen. Sharon Carson, R-N.H., introduced Senate Bill 255, an act relative to the expectation of privacy. The bill carries no business exemptions and contains a right to cure. SB 255 was referred to the Senate Committee on the Judiciary.
- State Rep. Shelly Kloba, D-Wash., reintroduced House Bill 1616, the Washington People's Privacy Act. The opt-in bill is modeled after Brazil's General Data Protection Law and carries a private right of action. It was referred to the House Committee on Civil Rights and Judiciary.
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