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Fifth State in the Union Becomes Fifth State to Enact Data Privacy Legislation

On May 10, Gov. Ned Lamont signed into law Substitute Senate Bill 6 (Public Act 22-15), Connecticut’s version of comprehensive consumer data privacy legislation.  This makes Connecticut the fifth state to enact such legislation, following California, Virginia, Colorado, and Utah.  The Act will go into effect July 1, 2023.

State Privacy Legislation Update: What Happened in March, What’s Ahead, and What’s Dead

There remain over 30 comprehensive consumer data privacy bills pending in the states, but some are falling off the chart as the legislative sessions come to an end.  While the number of active bills is decreasing, there is one new state data privacy law, and others that continue to show movement. 

DC Expands Debt Collection Law to Cover More Creditors, Debt Types

The District of Columbia recently passed legislation to substantially revise its debt collection law on an emergency basis. The amended law became effective Sept. 23, 2021. DC’s debt collection law was first enacted in 1971 and the amendments not only make it more burdensome for debt collectors but also for most financial services companies and other businesses operating in the District who were not previously within the scope of the law.