Nevada Privacy Legislation updates

Nevada Governor Sisolak signed SB260 on June 2nd, a bill that will amend the state’s existing privacy notice legislation – most notably updating addition of data broker entities.  It is an update to existing legislation exempting certain persons and information collected about a consumer from the law’s privacy requirements, expanding the types of entities that must facilitate consumer privacy opt-out rights, providing new and updated definitions, authorizing the opportunity to remedy a failure to comply with certain requirements, and.


The addition of “data broker” to the existing statutory framework is a key update in addition to the updated definition of “sale”, and a broader opt-out right and likely brings more entities under the scope of the law.


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