Party of Five: Connecticut Law Solidifies Consensus on State Privacy Standards

Connecticut was the fifth U.S. state to pass a privacy law. Its newly effective law broke U.S. ground for consumers in several areas and introduced some benefits to businesses. Generally, however, it aligns with the four laws that preceded it. This article included insights from privacy practitioners at Ballard Spahr, Covington & Burling, DLA Piper and WilmerHale on the law’s effects on business obligations and privacy operations, the prevailing model for laws going forward and the compliance dilemmas that companies now face. 

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