US Privacy Deadlines You Need to Know
November 8, 2023
Updated January 22, 2024
Do you know what US state privacy deadlines are coming down the road?
The following states have enacted comprehensive data privacy laws: California, Virginia, Colorado, Utah, Connecticut, Iowa, Indiana, Montana, Tennessee, Texas, Oregon, Delaware, New Jersey, and New Hampshire. Florida has also enacted their own privacy law, with a more limited scope. As other states follow suit with their own legislations, it will become more important to keep track of varying requirements and enforcement dates.
To make sure you’re not caught by surprise, check out our always up-to-date comparison chart for US state privacy laws.
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