In March 2022, Utah’s Consumer Privacy Bill passed the State House. The Bill still has several hurdles to jump through before becoming law. Leaders from both legislative chambers will need to provide their signatures before the 2022 session adjournment on 4 March 2022.
Utah’s Consumer Privacy Bill commencement date
It is still a Bill and has not yet been enacted. On 24 March 2022, The Utah State Governor signed the Senate Bill. It is expected to come into effect on 31 December 2023.
What is the Bill about?
The law seeks to protect and enforce consumers’ rights around access, deletion, and data portability. It also provides for the right of a consumer to opt-out of targeted advertising and sale of personal data.
Utah’s Attorney General will have the exclusive authority to enforce the Consumer Privacy Act.
Finding out more
You can read the full text of Utah’s Consumer Privacy Act on the Utah state legislature’s website.