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In the last few years, the New York Legislature has been contemplating expanding the cybersecurity legislation and enacting additional privacy protections for its own residents. (ALM Archives)

Step aside, California.

The proposed New York Privacy Act, if enacted in its current form, will be even more expansive than California’s Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), providing consumers with even greater control over their personal information, while at the same time being much more demanding for businesses to comply with.

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