May 062017
 
 May 6, 2017  Business, Laws, Online

AP reports:

Illinois senators have narrowly approved legislation to give individuals the right to find out what information online companies collect on them.

The proposal passed 31-21 on Thursday. It would also allow internet users to determine which third parties companies such as Facebook or Google are sharing their personal details with.

 Companies would be required to post contact information for consumers interested in making an inquiry and respond within 30 days.

Read more on State Journal-Register.

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