This short training course (5 mins) covers the consumer privacy laws passed by U.S. states since 2018, such as the laws of California, Colorado, Connecticut, Utah and Virginia. Professor Daniel Solove provides a basic overview of the laws, the individual rights they provide, and the responsibilities they impose on businesses that process personal data. The course masterfully synthesizes these laws and explains their common elements and areas of divergence in a succinct and understandable way. The course has 2 quiz questions.
- Learn the scope and applicability of different state privacy laws
- Understand how different states define and treat sensitive data
- Learn about the individual rights provided by different laws
- Learn about the responsibilities the laws impose on businesses
The course also comes with use of the Whiteboard for U.S. State Consumer Privacy Laws – a 1-page summary that can be used as a handout or poster.
The license entitles 1 individual to view this course for a period of 1 month. For a small fee, you can extend this period by another month, and you can keep extending the period for as long as you desire.
During the 1-month license period, you can view the course as many times as you want. Only 1 individual is permitted to use the license.
If you are interested in using this course for organizational training for multiple individuals, please contact us for discounted bulk rates. Please also contact us if you’re interested in licensing the course for a longer period of time or licensing multiple courses.
If you are interested in courses not available individually or in many courses, you might find the sitewide license to be the best option.