Tag Archives: New Hampshire

State Legislatures Are Off to the Privacy Races, With New Hampshire in the Lead

While some state legislators are still putting away their holiday decorations, New Hampshire legislators introduced new data privacy legislation, New Hampshire House Bill 1680.  The legislation is similar to the California Consumer Privacy Act (which we’ve written extensively about before, including here and here).  It grants consumers access, portability, transparency, non-discrimination, deletion, and opt-out-of-sale rights … Continue Reading

N.H. Governor Vetoes Right of Publicity Survival Bill

Recently, Governor John Lynch of New Hampshire vetoed a bill (S.B. 175) that would have allowed an individual’s heirs to control the commercial use of the individual’s identity for 70 years following death.  Not all states recognize the “right of publicity” — the right for an individual to control his or her commercial likeness — … Continue Reading
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