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How to Leverage Technology to Address New Data Privacy Laws: Data Privacy Best Practices

The constant with data privacy laws & regulations today is change. This article from KLDiscovery discusses how to leverage technology to stay current.

Their article (New Data Privacy Laws and How to Leverage Technology to Address Them, available here) discusses the two states with comprehensive data privacy laws in effect, the three additional states with similar laws taking effect later in 2023 (two of them in less than two weeks) and four more states that have enacted and passed comprehensive data privacy laws in 2023. Pop quiz: do you know all nine states that have enacted so far?

The article also provides an update on the first Federal data privacy bill to make it out of committee. The article provides a link to each of the data privacy laws – the State laws enacted to date and the Federal law which hasn’t progressed in about a year.


Perhaps most importantly, the article discusses how to leverage technology to address today’s data privacy challenges. What are they? Check out KLD’s article here! It’s just one more click! With continuous changes in the data privacy landscape, identifying and protecting sensitive personally identifiable information (PII) through redaction is more important than ever! 😉

So, what do you think? How are you staying compliant with the ever-changing data privacy landscape today? Please share any comments you might have or if you’d like to know more about a particular topic.

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