Law: Please note this State does not have a general privacy law in effect, you can visit USA State Law Tracker to monitor the progress of US State bills.
Regulator: The Oklahoma Attorney General ('AG')
Summary: Although Oklahoma does not currently have a general privacy act, Oklahoma has rules relating to privacy in its body of law, including within the Oklahoma Constitution and through the State's common law which permits individuals to bring a cause of action for invasion of privacy in addition to various pieces of legislation. Oklahoma legislation includes the Financial Privacy Act (§§ 2201 – 2208 of Title 6 of the O.S.), which provides that financial institutions are prohibited from giving, releasing, or disclosing any financial records to a government authority without either the written consent of the customer or being served with a subpoena. Other privacy-related legislation includes the Oklahoma Telemarketer Restriction Act, which provides the State's Do Not Call List, prohibiting telemarketers from contacting Oklahomans on the list.