A Florida privacy bill, resembling one passed last year in Nevada, would introduce significant new privacy notice requirements for Florida operators similar to the California Consumer Privacy Act, and require giving consumers the ability to opt out of a sale of information.

The privacy “notice” would need to include several items.  Most importantly, the operator would have to disclose “the categories of covered information that the operator collects through its website or online service about consumers who use [them] … and the categories of third parties with whom the operator may share such covered information.”

“The draft legislation obligates operators to stop selling data of a consumer who submits a verified request to do so..a ‘sale’ is defined as an exchange of covered information ‘for monetary consideration,’ which is narrower than its CCPA counterpart, and contains exceptions for disclosures to an entity that merely processes information for the operator. ”

Details in the National Law Review.