Tag Archives: State Legislatures

Washington Enacts New Facial Recognition Law

On March 31st, Washington Governor Jay Inslee signed into law SB 6280, a bill aimed at regulating state and local government agencies’ use of facial recognition services.  An overview of the law’s provisions can be found here. Notably, Governor Inslee vetoed Section 10 of the bill, which aimed to establish a legislative task force that … Continue Reading

Washington State Passes Bill Limiting Government Use of Facial Recognition

On March 12, 2020, Washington’s state legislature passed SB 6280, a bill that will regulate state and local government agencies’ use of facial recognition services (“FRS’s”).  The bill aims to create a legal framework by which agencies may use FRS’s to the benefit of society (for example, by assisting agencies in locating missing or deceased … Continue Reading

California AG Releases Draft CCPA Regulations: Round 3

In the latest development in the CCPA saga, the California Attorney General has further modified the draft regulations implementing the California Consumer Privacy Act (“CCPA”). His office’s website posted clean and redlined versions of the new regulations (the “March draft regulations”). Below, please find a summary of some of the most notable changes:… Continue Reading

California Introduces Bill to Regulate Automated Decision Systems

On February 14, 2020, California State Assembly Member Ed Chau introduced the Automated Decision Systems Accountability Act of 2020, which would require any business in California that provides a person with a program or device that uses an “automated decision system” (“ADS”) to establish processes to “continually test for biases during the development and usage … Continue Reading

California AG Releases New Draft CCPA Regulations

The California Attorney General has released both clean and redlined versions of proposed modifications to the draft implementing regulations for the California Consumer Privacy Act (“CCPA”). Below is a high-level overview of some key changes: Service Providers. The modified draft restricts a service provider from processing the personal information it receives from a business except … Continue Reading

State Privacy Trends to Watch in 2020

While all eyes are on California following the implementation of the California Consumer Privacy Act (“CCPA”) earlier this month and the start of enforcement later this year, other states are off to the privacy races already.  On Monday, Washington State became the latest entrant with the introduction of a revised Washington Privacy Act. From the … Continue Reading

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
LexBlog