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Nevada: Bill on internet privacy passes State Assembly and sent for Governor signature

Senate Bill ('SB') 260 passed, on 27 May 2021, the Nevada State Legislature and has been sent to the Nevada Governor Stephen F. Sisolak for signature, after being amended in the State Assembly, following introduction on 17 March 2021. In particular, the amendments added by the Assembly cover verified consumer requests, whereby operators are required to establish a designated request address and cease the sale of covered information of consumers who have made such a request, detailing that if operators have failed to do so then they would need to remedy the failure within 30 days after being informed of the failure if it is the first failure of the data broker to comply with such requirements.

SB 260 will come into effect on 1 October 2021, unless vetoed by the Governor.

You can read SB 260 here, the amended version of SB 260 here and track its progress here.