One of two central concepts of choice. It means an individual’s lack of action implies that a choice has been made; i.e., unless an individual checks or unchecks a box, their information will be shared with third parties.
Nevada passes consumer opt-out bill
Nevada’s 80th Legislative Session passed, and the state's governor has approved Senate Bill 220, which prohibits the operator of a website or online service from selling certain collected consumer information in Nevada if directed by the consumer. Separating itself from the California Consumer Priva...
Op-ed: Exploring the fate of the Illinois 'Data Transparency and Privacy Act'
Early this year, Illinois appeared to be the state most likely to enact some version of the California Consumer Privacy Act. For the past several years, the Legislature had passed privacy legislation vetoed by the outgoing Republican governor, and more than 10 privacy bills were introduced early in ...
Comparing Maine and Nevada's new privacy laws with the CCPA
As of July 1, 2020, for Maine, and Oct. 1, 2019, for Nevada, some companies will have to comply with additional requirements and restrictions regarding personal information selling under new laws that seem inspired by but not as broad as the California Consumer Privacy Act. Maine’s Act to Protect th...