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Daily Dashboard | Virginia governor signs VCDPA amendment bills Related reading: Podcast: James Dempsey and John Carlin talk top trends in cybersecurity



The Virginia Consumer Data Protection Act’s text is now finalized ahead of its Jan. 1, 2023 effective date, after Gov. Glenn Youngkin, R-Va., signed three amendment bills into law, according to Husch Blackwell’s “Byte Back.” The bills — which will go into effect July 1, 2022 — add a new exemption to the legislation’s right to delete, direct penalties, expenses and recovered attorney fees to a different fund than the Consumer Privacy Fund provision, and modify the definition of nonprofit. Editor’s note: Former IAPP Westin Research Fellow Sarah Rippy reported on the VCDPA’s passage.
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