In recent years, there has been a dizzying number of privacy-related developments at both the state and federal levels. California, Colorado, Connecticut, Utah, and Virginia have comprehensive consumer privacy laws taking effect in 2023. California’s active privacy enforcement signals where other states may go with enforcing these laws. The Federal Trade Commission is also vigorously exercising its enforcement authorities, and is looking to supplement them through a potential rulemaking on commercial surveillance and data security. Unless you are dedicating 100 percent of your time to tracking new laws and enforcement developments, it can be difficult to keep up with them. These developments raise important policy and compliance questions for any entity that holds consumer data.
Join members of Venable’s Privacy Practice Group as they host an interactive discussion outlining the general compliance requirements emerging from the state laws, key differences between the state laws, and federal and state enforcement trends.
Erik Jones, Partner, Venable LLP
Kelly DeMarchis Bastide, Partner, Venable LLP
Julia Tama, Partner, Venable LLP