North Carolina Consider Consumer Privacy Act

North Carolina are considering their own consumer privacy act, following states such as California, Virginia, and Colorado who already have their own in effect. The Consumer Privacy Act of North Carolina has been introduced in the North Carolina Legislature and referred to the Rules and Operations Committee. 

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