US state privacy laws: What’s happened and what’s about to?

While U.S. lawmakers have failed to agree on what a data privacy law should look like, the states have decided they’re not waiting around. California, Virginia and Colorado have  enacted their own privacy laws. And there are dozens more waiting in state legislature committees across the country. In this webinar with Politico’s Alex Levine and Husch Blackwell's David Stauss, learn the must-knows about the three existing state laws and which state proposals to anticipate next.


Alex Levine - Politico
Alexandra S. Levine is a reporter covering the intersection of technology, government and public policy at Politico.
David Stauss - Husch Blackwell
David is an attorney and chairs Husch Blackwell''s Privacy and Cybersecurity Practice Group. He is an expert in US privacy law.
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