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State Law Privacy Video Series | Contracting [VIDEO]

OVERVIEW

California, Virginia and Colorado have new privacy laws coming into effect in 2023. But now is the time to start preparing your business or organization for compliance.

In this video series, we examine the different aspects of these laws and provide you the knowledge and tools you need for proper compliance.

IN DEPTH

Most businesses are familiar with privacy contracts, sometimes called data protection addenda (DPAs), which govern the sharing of personal data in the context of B2B services. However, the new privacy laws will expand both the terms that have to be included in these contracts as well as the circumstances in which these contracts are required.

In the video below, Associate Austin Mooney explains these requirements, which businesses this applies to and what you need to do now.

 

 

© 2022 McDermott Will & EmeryNational Law Review, Volume XII, Number 96
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About this Author

Austin Mooney Cybersecurity Attorney
Associate

Austin Mooney focuses his practice on global privacy, cybersecurity, and emerging technologies. A Certified Information Privacy Professional/Europe, he is experienced in helping clients navigate US and international data protection law, including the GDPR. He is well versed in consumer privacy actions, as well as in compliance issues with the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) and other federal surveillance law. He counsels clients on a wide range of topics, including consumer protection law, cross-border data flows, and data breach response and prevention.

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