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Nevada: Bill on revised provisions relating to consumer health data passed by Senate, proceeds to Assembly

Senate Bill No. 370 for An Act relating to data privacy was read for a third time and passed, on 25 April 2023, by the Nevada State Senate, with amendments. Thereafter, the bill proceeded, on 26 April 2023, to the Nevada State Assembly, where it was read for the first time and referred to the Committee on Commerce and Labor. In particular, the bill stipulates, among other things, that a regulated entity shall not collect consumer health data except:

  • with the affirmative consent of the consumer; or
  • to the extent necessary to provide a product or service that the consumer has requested from the regulated entity.

You can read the bill here, the amendments here, and track its progress here.