Partner Reece Hirsch spoke to Bloomberg Law about the Utah Consumer Privacy Act, which would give residents the right to know what personal data is being collected about them and ask that it be deleted. Reece said of the legislation that he “can see this approach as easier to get over the hump,” with carve-outs for financial health data and no requirement of conducting data protection assessments regarding sensitive information. “It wouldn’t surprise me if it became a template for some other Republican-led states,” he added.
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