US Supplement of the Bird & Bird Global Cookie Review

The United States currently does not have a standalone law governing the use of cookies on the federal level. However, in recent years, several states have adopted their own privacy frameworks, with at least five of these (California, Virginia, Colorado, Connecticut, and Utah) in effect or expected to be in effect by the end of 2023. Policymakers in Iowa, Indiana, Montana, and Tennessee have likewise passed similar legislation that will enter into force in upcoming years.

In this new US supplement of the Bird & Bird Global Cookie Review, we explore some of the key requirements in U.S. state privacy laws with respect to the use of cookies and outline important considerations for organisations as they adjust to these new rules. As new laws follow, both across new states and if a federal law is ever actually realised, we will update this supplement accordingly.

Access the US supplement of the Bird & Bird Global Cookie Review here 


Bird and Bird Global Cookie Review

This supplement also forms part of the Bird & Bird Global Cookie Review, which you can access here

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