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Virginia: Bill on child protection provisions dispensed for constitutional reading and referred to Committee on General Laws and Technology

House Bill 1688 to amend the Virginia Consumer Data Protection Act ('CDPA') in relation to protections for children was dispensed for constitutional reading, on 6 February 2023, and referred, on the same date, to the Committee on General Laws and Technology of the State Senate. In particular, the bill was introduced to the General Assembly and passed with amendments by the Commitee on Communications, Technology, and Innovation. Thereafter, the amended bill was approved by the House of Delegates of the General Assembly prior to its transition to the State Senate.

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