Bill Summary for S 325 (2023-2024)
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AN ACT PROVIDING THAT COUNTIES AND CITIES SHALL NOT REGULATE CERTAIN ONLINE MARKETPLACES.Intro. by Perry, Lazzara, Moffitt.
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Enacts GS 153A-461 (applicable to counties) and GS 160A-499.6 (applicable to cities) to bar counties and cities from regulating the operation of an online marketplace or from requiring an online marketplace to provide users' personally identifiable information, unless pursuant to subpoena or court order. Defines online marketplace to mean a person or entity that does both of the following: (1) provides for consideration, regardless of whether the consideration is deducted as a fee from the transaction, an online application, software, website, system, or other medium through which a service is advertised in this State or is offered to the public as available in this State or (2) provides, directly or indirectly, or maintains a platform for services by performing any of the following: (i) providing a payment system that facilitates a transaction between two platform users, (ii) transmitting or otherwise communicating the offer and acceptance of a transaction between two platform users, and (iii) owning or operating the infrastructure or technology that brings two or more users together.