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Abigail Walker ˘ is a Data Privacy & Cybersecurity Law Clerk based in Greenberg Traurig's Denver office.

˘ Not admitted to the practice of law.

On May 8, 2024, Colorado’s legislature enacted “An Act Concerning Consumer Protections in Interactions with Artificial Intelligence Systems” (SB205), a state law that comprehensively regulates the use of certain “Artificial Intelligence (AI)” systems.[1] The law is aimed at addressing AI bias, establishing a requirement of human oversight throughout the life cycle of

Categorizing data as “sensitive” is a common feature in U.S. state privacy law, as well as the EU’s GDPR (which uses the term “special category” for similar personal data).[1] What is considered sensitive data varies from state to state, as well as the obligations that come with it. Colorado, Connecticut, Florida, Indiana, Montana, Oregon

In September 2021, Quebec’s Parliament passed Law 25 (formerly Bill 64), which significantly overhauled the Act Respecting the Protection of Personal Information in the Private Sector. Law 25 imposes several new obligations on enterprises who do business in Quebec, which obligations have periodically gone into effect since the enactment of Law 25.

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