Colorado Lawmakers Propose Consumer Data Privacy Law

Colorado lawmakers on March 19 introduced a data privacy rights bill that would give consumers the right to opt out of having their personal information processed by businesses and other entities. If passed, the proposal would put Colorado in the company of states such as California, Virginia and Nevada, which have enacted comprehensive consumer data privacy laws. Lawmakers in several other states, including New York, Washington and Florida, have introduced data privacy bills in recent months. Many elements in Colorado’s SB21-190 will be familiar to businesses that are already used to

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