The Colorado Senate passed a comprehensive consumer privacy bill Wednesday, sending it to the state’s House of Representatives for consideration.
If enacted, the statute would be the second state-level comprehensive consumer privacy bill to pass this year. Virginia’s governor signed its bill into law in March.
The Colorado bill would give consumers the right to opt out of the processing of their personal data and request it be corrected or deleted. The Senate passed it unanimously.
The bill, if passed in its current form, doesn’t have a private right of action and would be enforced by the state’s attorney general ...