The Attorney General and the Department of Public Service host a public meeting to consider legislative proposals to protect the privacy of Vermonters, including the recently passed data broker bill and laws or regulations to encourage the growth of privacy-oriented technology companies in Vermont
|When:||Monday, August 6 2018|
9 a.m. – Noon
|Where:||Map this event »|
State Office Building
110 Cherry Street
Burlington, Vermont 05401
The Attorney General and the Department of Public Service host a public meeting to consider legislative proposals to protect the privacy of Vermonters.
Citizens, industry representatives, business people, and members of academia are invited to attend and provide their insights.
Topics under consideration will include, but not be limited to:
- Adoption of regulations concerning telecommunications privacy and whether to model such rules after the FCC’s 2016 Privacy Order, WC Docket No. 16-106, FCC 16-148, adopted Oct. 27, 2016. The request for this recommendation was made in [Act 66 of 2017].
- Whether Vermont should designate a Chief Privacy Officer, and what the responsibilities of that Officer would be. This request was made in [Act 171 of 2018].
- Whether to regulate businesses that handle the data of consumers with whom they have a direct relationship, as requested in Act 171.
- Questions, concerns, and recommendations regarding the implementation of the Data Broker Registry, as authorized in Act 171.
- Changes that should be made to Vermont’s Security Breach Notice Act, 9 V.S.A. § 2453.
- Questions or concerns regarding the State of Vermont’s handling of citizen’s data.
- Laws and regulations that can be adopted to encourage the growth of privacy-oriented technology companies in Vermont.
- The necessity of any additional approaches to protecting the data security and privacy of Vermont consumers.
If you wish to comment or attend, please contact: My-Lanh Graves at 802‑828‑5479 or MyLanh.Graves@Vermont.gov. More information about the Attorney General Donovan’s efforts to protect consumers can be found at ago.vermont.gov/consumer-information.