Indiana and Tennessee have joined the US Privacy landscape as the seventh and eighth states to enact a comprehensive privacy law, with Montana, Florida, and Texas having privacy bills in the last stages of the legislative process. In line with existing US State privacy legislation, these pieces of legislation introduce requirements governing the collection, use, sale and sharing of consumer data, and establish consumer data rights. Nevertheless, there are notable differences in multiple areas, including their scope of application.
In this webinar, OneTrust DataGuidance and privacy experts will unpack Indiana, Tennessee, Montana, Florida, and Texas enacted or proposed privacy laws, examining their differences and similarities, exploring key compliance considerations, and discussing the implications for organisations.
Key takeaways include:
- Overview of enacted/proposed comprehensive privacy legislation in Indiana, Tennessee, Montana, Florida, and Texas
- Similarities and differences between the laws
- Key challenges and best practices for businesses to ensure compliance
- What practitioners should be doing to prepare for their entry into effect