What privacy pros must know to comply with Nevada's opt-out law

2nd December 2019 News 6 Views

Nevada may have been the second state to update its privacy laws after the California Consumer Privacy Act, however, it was the first to enact them into law when Senate Bill 220 went into effect Oct. 1. The Nevada law now gives state citizens the right to opt out of the sale of “covered information.” In this piece for The Privacy Advisor, SixFifty’s Kimball Dean Parker and Marie Kulbeth look at what privacy professionals need to do to comply with the Nevada privacy law, as well as how it stacks up to the CCPA.Full Story

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