Massachusetts Proposes Comprehensive Privacy Act

Titled the Massachusetts Information Privacy Act, Bill S.46 is currently under review by a joint committee on information technology; if passed, MIPA would require an optinconsent model, impose specific protections on collection and processing of biometric or location information (including a requirement for handwritten consent) and electronic monitoring of employeesimpose binding principles on covered entities and their third parties, and be enforced by a new Privacy Commissioner, with fines up to the greater of 4% annual revenue or $20,000,000.

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