Connecticut Set to Join State Privacy Law Ranks


The Connecticut General Assembly gave final approval on what will be the U.S.’s fifth comprehensive state privacy law. Senate Bill 6, the Connecticut Data Privacy Act, earned final passage Thursday with a 144-5 vote by the House of Representatives following a 35-0 Senate approval April 20. The legislation will become law with a signature from Gov. Ned Lamont, D-Conn., or once 15 days have passed following adjournment of the current legislative session. IAPP Staff Writer Joe Duball provides reactions to the passage, the bill’s substance and its standing among the handful of existing state laws.
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