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Colorado Attorney General Issues Pre-Rulemaking Considerations for the Colorado Privacy Act

On April 12, 2022, the Colorado Attorney General’s Office released “Pre-Rulemaking Considerations for the Colorado Privacy Act,” which provides a series of topics and questions for which the office seeks informal public feedback.1 Here is what you need to know: The Colorado Attorney General’s Office is currently seeking informal input to guide its future rulemaking efforts. While, at … Continue Reading

Colorado Attorney General Announces Privacy Rulemaking

The Colorado Attorney General’s office is poised to begin the rulemaking process for the Colorado Privacy Act (ColoPA).1 On January 28, 2022, Colorado Attorney General Phil Weiser issued prepared remarks outlining key rulemaking topics and announcing plans to seek input from Colorado consumers, businesses, and other stakeholders over the coming months. Although the ColoPA does not come into … Continue Reading
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