Washington Privacy Act

BillThe proposed Washington Privacy Act (WPA) continues to move forward with new enforcement provisions, including a limited private right of action. The Washington House Committee on Civil Rights and Judiciary narrowly approved the so-called “striker” amendment, which would enable state residents to sue companies for injunctive relief over alleged violations; but does not allow suit for monetary damages. The bill had already passed in the Washington Senate by a vote of 48-1.
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