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Jun 10, 2024

Minnesota becomes 19th state to enact privacy legislation

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  • Governor Tim Walz has signed the Minnesota Consumer Data Privacy Act into law, making the state the 19th to enact comprehensive privacy legislation. The law will go into effect on July 31, 2025.

  • Minnesota’s law has similar applicability to other laws enacted thus far. The law will apply to businesses controlling the personal information of either 100,000 consumers or 25,000 consumers if they derive 25% of gross revenue from the sale of personal data. Exemptions include data under HIPAA and the GLBA and data collected by certain entities.

  • The Minnesota law also mimics existing state privacy laws regarding the rights afforded to consumers and the requirements set out for data controllers. Private right of action will not be provided, and enforcement will be solely by the Minnesota Attorney General’s office.

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