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Virginia Becomes the Second State with a Comprehensive Privacy Law

Governor Ralph Northam has signed the Consumer Data Protection Act (CDPA), making Virginia the second state with a comprehensive privacy law. The CDPA is inspired by both the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) and General Data Protection Regulation and takes effect Jan. 1, 2023 (the same date as most of the provisions of the California … Continue Reading

Virginia Poised to Enact the Consumer Data Protection Act, the Nation’s Second Comprehensive Consumer Privacy Law

Having passed both houses of the Virginia General Assembly, the proposed Consumer Data Protection Act (CDPA) may become the second comprehensive consumer privacy bill to be enacted in the United States. However, to reach the governor’s desk, it would need three more readings in the Senate and two more readings in the House, prior to … Continue Reading

Virginia Likely to Become Second State with Comprehensive Privacy Legislation

With a special session scheduled to begin Feb. 10, Virginia is poised to become the second state to pass comprehensive consumer privacy legislation. The Consumer Data Protection Act (CDPA) passed the Virginia Senate on Friday, Feb. 5, and has been referred back to the Virginia House to be reconciled. Seeing that the House previously passed … Continue Reading
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