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Amendments Proposed to Virginia Consumer Data Protection Act

Effective January 2023, seven bills could amend the Virginia Consumer Data Protection Act (VCDPA) when it comes to the right to delete, its nonprofit definition, and its enforcement provisions. House Bill 381 and Senate Bill 393 would add a new exemption to the VCDPA’s right to delete and Senate Bill 584 also would add a new exemption to the right to delete but with a different language than in HB 381 and SB 393. HB 552 and SB 516 would expand the definition of “nonprofit organization” to include “any organization exempt from taxation under § 501 (c)(4) of the Internal Revenue Code that is identified in § 52-41.” HB 714 and SB 534 would repeal § 59.1-585, which creates the Consumer Privacy Fund. The bills also would amend the right to cure provision to provide that the right to cure exists only “if a cure is deemed possible by the Attorney General.”

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