While there is no comprehensive, federal United States law governing privacy, there are several major state laws that are currently in place. To help our clients assess their compliance posture, we have published a quick, three-minute survey as well as a legislative guide/e-book designed to provide you with an easy reference to the comprehensive data privacy laws, biometric laws and data broker laws that have been adopted thus far.
Please note that exemptions to these laws are numerous and complex, and the information provided is therefore helpful as a compliance starting point and is neither legal advice nor a finalized compliance determination.
We hope that these tools are useful to you and your organization and look forward to answering any questions that you might have.
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