Tag Archives: consumer protection

Privacy Legislation Update: The “Three Corners” Bill and the Cantwell Draft

On June 3, 2022, members of the U.S. Congress released a bipartisan, bicameral discussion draft of a comprehensive national data privacy and data security framework. The draft is notable in that it reflects a compromise on the two issues that have for years vexed lawmakers angling for federal privacy legislation: preemption and private right of … Continue Reading

Vermont Enacts Groundbreaking Data Broker Regulation

Recently, Vermont became the first state to enact legislation that regulates data brokers who buy and sell personal information. Under the new law, data brokers in Vermont will now have to register with the state, adopt standard security measures, and provide information to the state regarding their data collection practices. The law was passed in … Continue Reading
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