Understand key concepts and terminology to understand across data privacy laws in five key US states
Learn the price of non-compliance in each of these U.S. states, and the risks that follow
Read our eight practical steps to make your company compliant
The U.S. still lacks a comprehensive privacy law. It is governed under a handful of sectoral laws such as COPPA, HIPAA and GLB. But state legislators are taking the matter into their own hands.
In response to what they perceive is a vacuum at the federal level, a number of U.S. states have enacted their own comprehensive privacy law. The state legislators have borrowed heavily from the EU data protection framework, and your ability to adhere to GDPR will certainly be helpful to compliance. However, each state privacy law has its own nuances and compliance challenges.
In this guide, you’ll learn about the specific requirements of each active U.S. State Privacy Law: California, Colorado, Connecticut, Nevada, Utah, and Virginia.
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No matter where you’re based, and no matter the size or nature of your business, if you collect any data pertaining to a person based in one of the Participating States you need to pay attention to the these state privacy laws.