Back in March of this year, not one, but two consumer privacy bills were filed in the Texas House of Representatives. Republican Rep. Giovanni Capriglione filed House Bill 4390 a.k.a. Texas Privacy Protection Act, while Democrat Rep. Trey Martinez Fischer filed HB 4518 a.k.a. the Texas Consumer Privacy Act.
Unsurprisingly, both bills are modeled on California’s Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA). But that’s where the similarity ends, as there are a number of differences between the two bills.
In this article we examine what Texas started out with ….and what it ended up with.Read More