News in Brief
Oregon adopts a DP law
EU issues metaverse study
Norway issues a temporary ban on Meta’s behavioural advertising
Off-line data breaches to fore in Dutch statistics
Netherlands’ DPA publishes policy paper on cyber and data protection
UK and US announce ‘data bridge’
CoE adopts first module of model clauses
Grenada adopts a data privacy law
Spotify to appeal fine in Sweden
CNIL fines Criteo €40 million
Oregon adopts a data protection law
On 22 June, the US state of Oregon passed the Oregon Consumer Privacy Act, S.B. 619 and it was signed into law on 18 July. The law will be in force from 1 July 2024.
The bill was developed over the last four years by the Attorney General’s Consumer Privacy Task Force, created to answer the call for comprehensive consumer privacy legislation.
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