Virtual Event: 16th Annual FCBA/ABA Privacy and Data Security Symposium
November 16, 2021, 3:40-4:45 p.m. ET
BSA's Kate Goodloe joins the 16th Annual FCBA/ABA Privacy and Data Security Symposium for a panel discussion on The Growing Patchwork of State Privacy Laws.
Without a comprehensive privacy law at the federal level, states have continued to consider and adopt laws to regulate privacy. In 2018, California was the first state to adopt omnibus legislation: the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA). This was followed by the California Privacy Rights Act of 2020 (CPRA), approved by California voters that year. In 2021, Virginia and Colorado followed suit by enacting their own omnibus privacy laws, which will go into effect in 2023. In addition to these omnibus frameworks, targeted state privacy laws are affecting how companies do business, including laws that govern biometrics, online privacy, and ISP privacy. State Attorneys General have been active in implementing and enforcing their privacy laws, as well as unfair and deceptive acts and practices that affect consumer privacy. As national companies contend with the growing patchwork of state privacy frameworks, this panel will discuss the various laws, rulemaking activity, enforcement trends, and legislative proposals that should inform an organization’s compliance strategies and planning.
- Kate Goodloe, Senior Director, Policy, BSA | The Software Alliance
- Stacey Gray, Senior Counsel, The Future of Privacy Forum
- Ryan G. Kriger, Assistant Attorney General, Vermont Office of the Attorney General, Public Protection Division
- Pooja Tolani, Associate Corporate Counsel, Microsoft
- Yael Weinman, Vice President and Associate General Counsel – Privacy, Verizon
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