Florida appears to be gearing up for another partisan battle on data privacy. On Friday, January 7, 2022, Florida Senator Jennifer Bradley (R-Dist. 5), introduced Florida Senate Bill 1864, titled the “Florida Privacy Protection Act” (“FPPA”). This is the 2022 version of last year’s proposed “Florida Privacy Protection Act” that Senator Bradley also authored (Senate Bill 1734). The 2021 version, which ran in parallel with Florida House Bill 969, would have required companies that collect information from Florida consumers to permit consumers to opt out of data collection, or to delete or correct consumers’ information upon request.