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Why Businesses Shouldn't Sleep On Nev.'s Privacy Law

Law360 (October 18, 2019, 8:42 PM EDT) -- A new law that allows Nevada residents to opt out of the sale of their data isn't garnering as much attention as California's broader looming privacy rules, but attorneys say the risk of regulatory enforcement — including for future data sales — should encourage companies to keep the regulation on their radar. 

Nevada's Senate Bill 220, which was signed in May and took effect Oct. 1, requires website operators that collect personal information from state residents to provide these consumers with a way to demand that the operator not sell any covered information that it has or will collect about them....

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