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Nevada senate approves Internet privacy bill

May 31, 2017

Via: Jurist

The Nevada Senate on Monday approved a bill requiring Internet providers to disclose what types of personal information they collect from users. Senate Bill 538 is sponsored by Senate Majority Leader Aaron Ford and Assembly Speaker Jason Frierson.

According to Ford, “It’s important that Nevada’s privacy laws reflect that we are all conducting more of our lives online.” Senate Bill 538 also requires Internet providers to publish information on any third-party contractors who may be stockpiling user data.

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