On May 29, 2019, Nevada’s governor approved SB 220, which provides amendments to an existing law that requires operators of websites and online services to post a notice on their website regarding their privacy practices. This blog entry provides a summary of the Amendment Bill.
Continue Reading Nevada Law Provides Consumers with Limited Right to Opt Out of Sale

Recently, Nevada enacted an online privacy policy law which will require operators of websites and online services to post a notice on their website regarding their privacy practices. Nevada is the third state to enact legislation requiring website operators to post a public privacy notice, following California (enacted in 2004) and Delaware (enacted in 2016).
Continue Reading Nevada Enacts Website Privacy Notice Law

Pending legislation in Connecticut, Florida, Nevada, New Jersey and Oregon aims to address the privacy risks associated with devices that may store personal information on their hard drives. A New York law addressing these issues came into effect on April 1, 2011.

Continue Reading States Attempt to Address Privacy Risks Associated with Digital Copiers and Electronic Waste

On January 1, 2010, two important state data security and privacy laws took effect in Nevada and New Hampshire.  The laws create new obligations for most companies that do business in Nevada and for health care providers and business associates in New Hampshire.


Continue Reading Nevada and New Hampshire Data Security and Privacy Laws Take Effect

As of January 1, 2010, Nevada law will require businesses to use encryption when data storage devices that contain personal information are moved beyond the physical or logical controls of the business, in addition to continuing to require that personal information be encrypted if it is transferred outside the secure system of the business. The