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Navigating Iowa's Data Privacy Law – Senate File 262: Compliance and Implications for Businesses

In this whitepaper, you will learn:

  • To whom does the law apply and exempted entities and data under Senate File 262;
  • The comprehensive data privacy standards for businesses that collect or process the personal information of Iowa residents;
  • Requirements for data controllers and data processors and the rights of data subjects;
  • Limitations of the law and penalties for non-compliance.

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As more and more states in the US enact data privacy laws, it has become essential for covered organizations to ensure swift compliance. Navigating Iowa's Senate File 262 can be challenging, but this whitepaper will guide you through the intricacies and help you sail smoothly in compliance waters.

Senate File 262 establishes comprehensive data privacy standards for businesses that collect or process the personal information of Iowa residents, requiring businesses to disclose what personal information they collect, how it is used, and with whom it is shared, and to provide consumers with the right to access, delete, and opt-out of the sale of their personal information.

This whitepaper sets the stage for an informative journey as we explore the key aspects of Iowa's data privacy law. Gain a comprehensive understanding of the legal requirements, compliance obligations, implications for businesses operating in the state, and insights necessary to navigate this ever-evolving landscape.

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Frequently Asked Questions

In an ever-evolving data privacy landscape in the United States, Iowa has become the sixth state to adopt a comprehensive data privacy law which is similar to state privacy laws in California, Colorado, Connecticut, Utah, and Virginia.

An entity conducting business in Iowa or producing products or services targeted to Iowa residents shall be subject to the law if it meets the following requirements during a calendar year:

  • Controls or processes the personal data of over 100,000 Iowa residents; or
  • Controls or processes the personal data of over 25,000 Iowa residents and derives over 50% of its gross revenue from the sale of personal data.

The law provides legal consumer rights and can be exercised by sending a data controller an authenticated request or a data subject request (DSR). The law provides the right to access, the right to delete, the right to data portability, and the right to opt-out of the sale of personal data.

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