Colorado Privacy Act: The Patchwork of State Privacy Regimes Grows


With Colorado Governor Jared Polis expected to sign the Colorado Privacy Act, SB-190 into law in the coming days, Colorado will join California and Virginia as the third state with a comprehensive data privacy law.1 The Colorado Privacy Act (“CPA”)—which passed with bipartisan support in both the Colorado House and Senate—is similar, but not identical, to the California and Virginia data privacy laws. Although its provisions will not take effect until July 1, 2023, the passage of the CPA grows the patchwork of state privacy regimes and may spur further calls for a uniform federal standard, as compliance for businesses becomes increasingly complicated.

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