Deep Dive 147 – The State of State Data Privacy Laws Post-2020 Election
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In the absence of federal data privacy legislation, some states have acted to pass their own laws on the topic. Notably, California voted in favor of Prop 24 placing additional requirements on the CCPA and in favor of stringent consumer privacy requirements. In other cases, such as Michigan, states have established warrant requirements to protect consumer electronic data and citizens' privacy from the government. This expert panel discusses what state data privacy actions mean for the debates surrounding data privacy as well as what might be anticipated in the next sessions of Congress and state legislatures.

Jennifer Huddleston, Director of Technology & Innovation Policy, American Action Forum
Joseph Jerome, Multistate Policy Director, Common Sense Media
[Moderator] Matthew Heiman, General Counsel & Corporate Secretary, Waystar Health; Senior Fellow and Director of Planning, National Security Institute

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