Update on Colorado's Proposed Privacy and Cybersecurity Legislation
Reprinted with permission from Pratt's Privacy & Cybersecurity Law Report
The Colorado legislature is considering legislation that, if enacted, would significantly change Colorado privacy and data security law. The bill's sponsors submitted an amended bill1 that addresses issues raised by numerous stakeholders. The amended bill also was heard before the House Committee on State, Veterans, and Military Affairs, where it was unanimously approved. The most significant changes are highlighted below. Read More
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