Uniform Personal Data Protection Act. There was no public testimony on this agenda item. Commissioners discussed recently enacted Colorado law in this area (Senate Bill 21-190). The bill was bipartisan and was still a huge lift. The legislation becomes effective next year so it is probably not feasible to consider making changes at this time. The ULC provided a comparison of the act to the recently enacted Colorado bill, but the Commission did not have a chance to review it. The comparison summary indicated that although there were similarities between the two, the Colorado law was not uniform.
Commission consensus was to remove this act from the 2022 legislative agenda, but noted that it might be put on a future agenda.