The year 2019 began with a significant increase in bill introductions addressing various aspects of data privacy, compared to previous years.
While state legislatures focus on improving cybersecurity practices within state government, the federal government is also looking for ways to assist states and address cybersecurity issues on a national level. When it comes to cybersecurity, states cannot address cyberthreats in a vacuum.
At the NCSL Capitol Forum, Dec. 10-12 in Phoenix, we will tackle issues that states will be discussing in 2020, including facial recognition and regulating student athletes. Check out all of the sessions related to technology and commerce and register now!
Twenty-nine states have introduced net neutrality legislation in the 2019 legislative session. This page summarizes that legislation regarding net neutrality and internet service providers’ network management practices.
The Communications, Financial Services and Interstate Commerce has jurisdiction over state-federal relations with regard to electronic commerce, banking, insurance, securities and other financial services issues, interstate commerce and taxation of electronic transactions, telecommunications and interstate business activity taxes.
State legislatures are working to improve the operations of public emergency communication services for today's digital mobile society. This database provides information about 911 legislation introduced in the 50 states and DC.