Minnesota Enacts the Latest State Privacy Law – HF 4757 / SF 4782

On May 24, Minnesota Governor Tim Walz (D) signed the Minnesota Consumer Data Privacy Act (MCDPA) into law. The MCDPA largely aligns with previous state consumer privacy laws, but it introduces some significant and novel variations. These distinctions include requiring controllers to maintain a data inventory, to document and maintain a description of policies and procedures adopted to comply with the MCDPA’s provisions, and to allow consumers to assign their rights to an authorized agent by way…
By: Troutman Pepper
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