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Nevada Attorney General Aaron Ford talks to Reed Smith about Nevada’s new data privacy law, consumer protection, and data breaches

In a recent Q&A with Nevada Attorney General (AG) Aaron Ford, the first term AG discusses Nevada’s new data privacy law (Senate Bill 220), which provides consumers with a right to opt out of the sale of their data. AG Ford also outlines his perspective on federal privacy law and his office’s data breach enforcement … Continue Reading

New State Blockchain Legislation Clarifies Legal Status of the Technology

Nevada is the latest state to clarify blockchain’s legal status under state law. The law, Senate Bill 398, was signed by the governor June 5, and prohibits local governments from imposing taxes or fees on the use of a blockchain; requiring a certificate, license, or permit to use a blockchain; or imposing any other requirement … Continue Reading
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