Kentucky Nears Enactment of a Comprehensive Privacy Law

On March 11, the Kentucky Senate passed the Kentucky Consumer Data Protection Act (KCDPA or the “Act”) (House Bill 15) by a unanimous 35-0 vote. Upon House concurrence and the governor’s signature, the Act would become the nation’s fifteenth state comprehensive privacy law, and the third enacted this year (following New Jersey and New Hampshire)….
By: WilmerHale
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