Nevada and California (US) privacy law updates

Nevada: On May 29, Nevada passed Senate Bill 2201 (SB 220), which amends its existing privacy law and provides consumers with the right to opt-out of the “sale” of their personal information.2 The law offers a new definition of “sale,” unlike those seen in recently passed privacy laws such as the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), and requires operators of websites or online services to establish one of three prescribed methods for consumers to submit opt-out requests. Operators must also verify and respond to requests within the mandatory 60-day time period. With an effective date of October 1, 2019, covered operators have less than five months to comply with the state’s new requirements…
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California: CCPA Amendment Update June 2019 – Twelve Bills Survive Assembly and Move to the Senate and moved to the Senate for further revision and voting. The Assembly’s calendar prohibits consideration of new bills this session, which means that any amendments enacted prior to the CCPA’s 2020 effective date will be based on these bills. California’s complex legislative process makes tracking amendments yeoman’s work…
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