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United States Privacy Digest | US state privacy developments: Minnesota, Tennessee, Washington and more Related reading: A view from Brussels: Is the finish line for the Data Act in sight?




  • The House Committee on Judiciary Finance and Civil Law supported the proposed Minnesota Age-Appropriate Design Code Act with amendments and referred it to the Commerce Finance and Policy Committee. 
  • The Tennessee Senate recommended passing the proposed Tennessee Information Protection Act, while the bill was placed on the Commerce Committee calendar in the House. 
  • The state of Washington's Senate Committee on Law & Justice passed House Bill 1155, an act addressing the collection, sharing and selling of consumer health data.
  • Maryland House Bill 0901, a law that would require businesses offering "an online product likely to be accessed by children to complete a certain data protection impact assessment," was given its first reading in the state Senate.
  • New Hampshire Senate Bill 255, which inserts a chapter "detailing a consumer expectation of privacy" was introduced during the state House of Representatives 16 March recess and referred to its Judiciary Committee.

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