Kelley Drye Featured in Communications Daily Article on CPRA
A blog post by Kelley Drye’s Laura Riposo VanDruff, Aaron Burstein, Alysa Hutnik & Alexander Schneider regarding preliminary rulemaking for the California Privacy Rights Act (CPRA), was quoted in a Communications Daily article discussing the potential introduction of a privacy bill in Ohio.
The Kelley Drye blog noted that “The CPRA puts thornier issues into play for rulemaking: assessing risks to consumer privacy, standards for using automated decisionmaking, limiting uses of sensitive personal information, and further defining what it means to ‘combine’ consumer personal information.”
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