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NY Assembly Reintroduces NY Privacy Law

The New York Assembly recently reintroduced the New York Privacy Act (the “Act” or “NY Privacy Law”) which, if enacted, would severely restrict how businesses can collect, use and share consumer personal information throughout the State. An identical bill was introduced in the last legislative session, but it failed to make it out of committee.

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How Does the CPRA Compare to the GDPR? Ask a CPRA Lawyer

On election day, California State voters passed Proposition 24, the California Privacy Rights Act (“CPRA”), a measure that strengthens consumer data privacy rights that were originally created by the California Consumer Privacy Act (“CCPA”). The amendments to the CCPA implement a regulatory framework that is, in some respects, closer aligned with that of the European

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