Law360 (June 15, 2021, 4:54 p.m. EDT) – New York recently joined Maryland, Washington, Oregon, and Connecticut as states that are currently considering new taxes on consumer sales or, in the case of Maryland, have passed personal information or digital advertising.
In particular, the New York Legislative Bills S.B. 4959 and S. B. 1124.
S. B. 4959 (1) would impose a monthly excise tax on the collection of consumer data from New York residents by commercial data collectors. The term "commercial data collector" is defined as any for-profit entity that, in one month, collects, manages, sells, or disseminates consumer data on New York residents of more than 1 million residents …
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