Colorado AG Seeks Input on Key Aspects of Upcoming Privacy Act
The Colorado AG’s office recently released pre-rulemaking considerations for the Colorado Privacy Act (CPA). The office is seeking informal public feedback on a series of topics. While the AG listed eight specific topics for feedback, the public can offer input on any aspect of the upcoming rulemaking. The AG’s office is interested in comments about the universal opt-out, the requirements around consent, and “dark patterns.” The AG is also interested in circumstances triggering data protection assessments and the requirements around profiling. Questions were also posed about “offline” collection of data. Lastly, the office seeks feedback to the rules around opinion letters and about how CPA compares or contrasts to privacy laws in other jurisdictions.
Putting it into practice. Interested stakeholders can submit comments through this form, or participate in informal listening sessions. The formal rulemaking procedures are expected to begin this fall. This will include the release of the draft regulations.