Consumer data privacy appears to be on the minds of legislators in Arizona this session. As previouslymentioned, House Concurrent Resolution 2013 was introduced in Arizona on Jan. 10, 2020, by five Republicans and one Democrat declaring:
- That the Members of the Legislature oppose the enactment of laws, the adoption of regulations or the imposition of out-of-state standards that would restrict or otherwise dictate standards related to consumer data privacy, absent a clear nexus with consumer harm.
- That the Members of the Legislature believe a single federal standard for comprehensive consumer data privacy regulation is preferable to a state-by-state approach.
Not surprisingly, that sentiment was not universally shared and SB 1614 was introduced on Feb. 5, 2020, by 13 Democrats . . . [Click Here To Continue]