Connecticut lawmakers are considering a sweeping bill to give residents more control over the sensitive personal data that websites and apps constantly collect, often hidden from the average internet user.
The law would give people the right to access the data that companies have collected about them, to opt out of the sale of that information, and to request that it be deleted or corrected if it is inaccurate.
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