New omnibus privacy laws will go into effect in California and Virginia on January 1, 2023, creating a slew of updated regulatory requirements for businesses. Colorado won’t be far behind, with the state’s own version of the law going into effect on July 1, 2023. This new patchwork of state privacy laws—which will almost certainly trigger similar lawmaking in other states in the future— means it’s time for businesses across the country to start creating plans to comply with new regulations. To prepare for the privacy changes coming in 2023, businesses should put these crucial tasks on their to-do lists in the coming months:
- Update your privacy notices
- Review the personal information your company is storing
- Get your data subject request process in order
- Extra considerations for companies that transfer data internationally
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