Updated August 2023
This whiteboard is a 1-page overview of the consumer privacy laws passed by U.S. states since 2018, such as the laws of California, Colorado, Connecticut, Utah and Virginia. The US lacks a comprehensive federal privacy law and instead regulates privacy with a complicated patchwork of federal and state laws. Professor Solove’s whiteboard highlights key facets of each state’s law to illuminate the similarities and differences between each state law.
The whiteboard is free for personal use – fill out the form below to access it. Other uses:
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- Our Whiteboard Library: Click here to find out more about our 90+ whiteboards of U.S. and worldwide privacy laws.
Please provide the required information below to access the 8.5 x 11 PDF handout for your personal use. We also have a US State Consumer Privacy Law training course, so please let us know if you want to see it.
Also check out our U.S. State Consumer Privacy Laws Whiteboards Package — 15 whiteboards in all!