Enacted State Comprehensive Privacy Laws
Familiarizing your business with data privacy laws is essential in today's interconnected world. It enables you to protect customer information, comply with legal requirements, and establish trust with your clientele. Understanding these laws empowers your organization to make informed decisions about data collection, usage, and storage, ensuring responsible handling of sensitive information. By prioritizing data privacy, you can enhance customer confidence, mitigate risks, and demonstrate your commitment to safeguarding personal data.
- California Consumer Privacy Act - Effective January 1, 2020
- Amended & updated - California Privacy Rights Act - Effective January 1, 2023
- Colorado Privacy Act - Effective July 1, 2023
- Connecticut Personal Data Privacy and Online Monitoring Act - Effective July 1, 2023
- Indiana Consumer Data Protection Act - Effective January 1, 2026
- Iowa Consumer Data Protection Act - Effective January 1, 2025
- Montana Consumer Data Privacy Act - Effective October 1, 2024
- Oregon Consumer Privacy Act - Effective July 1, 2024
- Tennessee Information Protection Act - Effective July 1, 2025
- Texas Data Privacy and Security Act - Effective July 1, 2024
- Utah Consumer Privacy Act - Effective December 31, 2023
- Virginia Consumer Data Protection Act - Effective January 1, 2023
Disclaimer: The information regarding state privacy laws in this article was sourced from the US State Privacy Legislation Tracker maintained by the International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP), available at https://iapp.org/resources/article/us-state-privacy-legislation-tracker/.
This article is intended purely for educational purposes and does not constitute legal advice. It is important for every business to consult their own legal experts or in-house counsel to determine their specific legal needs and ensure compliance with applicable privacy laws and regulations.