Virginia HB 2307

Virginia may join California as the second US state to enact a comprehensive data-privacy law as soon as next week.

On January 29th the Virginia House of Delegates voted 89-9 to pass HB2307 and sent the bill to the state Senate, which is also moving forward with an identical bill (SB 1392) that is currently before the Senate Finance Committee. Because Virginia’s legislative session is extremely short, absent an extension, the Virginia Senate has less than two weeks to approve the bill before the state legislature adjourns for the year
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