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Privacy Laws Popping Up in Different States

Did you know that it’s illegal to share your Netflix password in Tennessee?

It might sound crazy, but thanks to the 2011 “Login Law” it’s absolutely true.

While this one might be pretty inconsequential for anyone outside of Tennessee, it highlights an important fact:

Different territories have different data laws, and they’re constantly being updated — which can add serious stress to a CMO?a day if they don’t know how to adapt.

California, Maine, Ohio, Nevada and New York are already making moves on their own data privacy laws, and it’s only a matter of time before the rest of the states follow suit.

With new regulations coming into effect like the GDPR and CCPA, many are looking for new ways to protect consumer privacy while streamlining and securing their own internal systems.

And if you’re in that boat, you’re far better off staying ahead of the curve before compliance becomes mandatory.

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