[Webinar] US Privacy Law Update: Analysis of Connecticut’s Data Privacy Law – May 5, 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM CT | Husch Blackwell LLP
The Connecticut Legislature just passed Senator James Maroney’s Senate Bill 6, which will grant Connecticut residents privacy rights similar to those of the CCPA. Once signed by the governor, Connecticut will become the fifth state, after California, Virginia, Colorado and Utah, to pass sweeping consumer data privacy legislation. The Connecticut Data Privacy Act is a strong consumer-focused data privacy bill, similar to the Colorado Privacy Act, but also contains provisions taken from the California Privacy Rights Act. During this webinar, we will analyze the bill and how it compares to laws in California, Virginia, Colorado, and Utah.
- Identify the scope of the law and the businesses it will affect
- Analyze exemptions and exceptions, such as the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act carve-out
- Discuss relevant definitions such as “sale” and “consent”
- Review of Rights Granted to Connecticut Residents
- Comparison of the law with the California Privacy Rights Act, the Virginia Consumer Data Protection Act, the Colorado Privacy Act and the Utah Consumer Privacy Act
David M. StaussPartner
Who should be present
General counsel, technology managers, technologists, privacy and information security professionals, compliance officers, business owners and senior executives.
Continuing Education Credit
This program is pending approval for continuing legal education credits from Illinois, Iowa, Missouri, Nebraska, Tennessee, and Wisconsin.
Questions? Contact Morgan Buciumean at 303.749.7281.