Cybersecurity

Infrastructure Bill Allocates Nearly $2 Billion to Cybersecurity

On Tuesday, the U.S. Senate approved a $1 trillion infrastructure package, which it has passed along to the House for approval. The package includes a variety of bills that allocate spending toward critical infrastructure, including roads, railways, bridges, electric vehicles, and telecom companies. The package also allocates more than $1.9 billion toward cybersecurity. The move…
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Privacy Laws

Uniform Law Commission Approves Template for State Privacy Laws

Last month, the Uniform Law Commission (ULC), a nonpartisan coalition of U.S. legal professionals, released a framework from which states can design privacy laws. The framework, called the Uniform Personal Data Protection Act (UPDPA), has been in development since 2019, and governs how organizations handle U.S. citizens’ sensitive personal data. The framework, or model bill,…
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A Guide to Florida’s Proposed Version of CCPA

The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) has been an influential model for other states as they draft their own data privacy legislation. Recent laws from Virginia and Minnesota closely resemble CCPA, and now Florida has made joined the movement with a new data privacy law that is strikingly similar to California’s. The bill, called HB…
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