Nevada Senate Bill No. 538

Passed in 2017, Nevada Senate Bill No. 538 requires internet sites that collect personal data notify Nevada residents of the measures they will take to ensure that this information is securely kept private. Businesses for which online sales do not constitute the primary source of income, and which have fewer than 20,000 visitors in a year, do not have to comply with the provisions of the law.


If a web site operator that is covered by the law fails to provide notice of how personal data is protected within 30 days, the Attorney General of Nevada can seek an injunction against it.