Oklahoma Proposes Comprehensive Privacy Act

If passed, entities that do business in Oklahoma must comply with consumers’ requests for access, correction and deletion (within 45 days of receipt of a verifiable request), cannot penalize a consumer for exercising a right afforded them under this Act (including denying goods or services), and must only select service providers that are capable of adhering to the provisions of the Act; violations are liable for a civil penalty up to $7,500 per violation.

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