Large and Small Privacy Bills Introduced in the Land of 10,000 Lakes (think Mille Lacs vs. Bemidji)

Editor's Note: This article was originally published on the Maurice Wutscher blog and is republished here with permission.


The “Minnesota Consumer Data Privacy Act,” HF 3936, is a walleye-size privacy bill that significantly expands on the California Consumer Privacy Act.  Unlike the CCPA, it does not include a dollar threshold for applicability.

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