Now in effect: Colorado and Connecticut privacy laws

On July 1, 2023, privacy laws in Colorado and Connecticut take effect. While the laws carry many similarities to other state laws already in effect there are nuances that introduce new requirements for US Privacy compliance programs.  

Join the Privacy experts at OneTrust to learn about these new laws in effect and how comply: 

  • Key requirements of Colorado’s CPA and Connecticut CTDPA  
  • How these laws compare with other state laws in effect or waiting to go into effect 
  • Operational considerations for organizations that fall under scope

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