Delaware Data Privacy Act

Delaware, despite its small size, has a large share of American history and natural beauty. In 1787, It made history by being the first colony to ratify the U.S. Constitution, securing its place as the very first state in the nation. It’s also affectionally nicknamed the small wonder, offering picturesque flat terrains and an extensive network of bike trails that meander through wetlands and scenic landscapes.

But it’s not just Delaware’s vibrant history and serene landscape that distinguishes it from the rest. Delaware has more corporate entities than residents, with two-thirds of the Fortune 500 companies incorporated in the state. And that’s not all – it’s also a shopper’s paradise boasting no sales tax, a significant draw for its residents and visitors.

Delaware is making history again by becoming the 12th state to enact a privacy law, ensuring it stays at the forefront of innovation.