New York Privacy Act Would Be Considerably Tougher Than California’s Bill


Just as legal experts have been predicting for nearly a year, individual U.S. states are starting to develop their own privacy legislation similar in form and content to the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA). The first state to follow the lead of California is New York State, which has proposed new privacy legislation (NY Senate Bill 224) that would be considerably tougher than California’s bill. The New York Privacy Act is still looking for a sponsor in the state assembly, but New York legislators are confident that the new legislation will be passed by the end of the summer. Full Story.



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