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New Hampshire: Committee recommends passage of bill on expectation of privacy

Senate Bill 255 for An Act relative to the expectation of privacy was recommended, on 8 March 2023, for passage, with amendments, by the Judiciary Committee. In particular, the bill was introduced, on 19 January 2023, to the New Hampshire State Senate, and thereafter referred, on the same date, to the Judiciary Committee. Specifically, the Committee outlined in its report that, currently, New Hampshire residents have no rights to control their personal data and that businesses have no obligations to consumers.

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