The Bottom Line Iowa has become the sixth state to enact a comprehensive privacy law, but certainly will not be the last.Similar to Utah’s forthcoming law, Iowa’s statute has many features that are more business-friendly than the laws in California, Virginia, Colorado and Connecticut. Not to Continue Reading
California Governor Signs Age-Appropriate Design Code into Law
The Bottom Line For the first time, a state has enacted a bipartisan law that imposes monetary fines on companies that violate children’s privacy or jeopardize the online safety of minors under age 18. The Act requires businesses to reevaluate their privacy practices related to children and Continue Reading
AdExchanger | Utah’s And Connecticut’s Privacy Laws May Not Be That Different From The CDPA, CPRA And CPA – But Are You Ready?
California, Virginia and Colorado were just the beginning. Soon, the ad tech community will have even more state privacy laws to keep tabs on. On December 31, 2023, the Utah Consumer Privacy Act (UCPA) will go into effect, while the Connecticut Data Privacy Act is set to take effect on July 1, Continue Reading
Utah Consumer Privacy Act Joins the Growing List of Comprehensive State Privacy Laws
The Bottom Line In the absence of a new comprehensive consumer privacy law on the federal level, states continue to propose their own laws.Utah has become the fourth state in the United States to enact such a law.There are similarities, but some differences, with the new laws in California, Continue Reading