Colorado Enacts Comprehensive Consumer Data Privacy Legislation

On July 6, Colorado Gov. Jared Polis signed into law Senate Bill 21-190, the Colorado Privacy Act.  This makes Colorado the third state, behind California and Virginia, to enact comprehensive consumer data privacy legislation.  The act becomes effective July 1, 2023.


The Colorado Privacy Act applies to a controller that “conducts business in Colorado or produces or delivers commercial products or services that are intentionally targeted to residents of Colorado,” and:

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