West Virginia Republicans Introduce California-Style Data Privacy Legislation

On March 15, West Virginia Delegate Danny Hamrick, joined by 10 other Republicans, introduced House Bill 3159 which is consumer data privacy legislation similar to the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), though arguably less business friendly.


The legislation applies to businesses doing business in West Virginia that collect consumers’ personal information (PI), determine the purposes and means of processing the PI, and:

View this content by subscribing

Please register to unlock this content

I already have an account. Log in