Episode 1013 – Colorado Is The Latest State To Enact Privacy Laws

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Colorado passed and signed into law the Colorado Privacy Act (CPA). This is the latest state to help empower consumers to control what companies do with their personal data. This episode talks about the details and two aspects of the CPA that makes it stand out.

Source – https://leg.colorado.gov/bills/sb21-190

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