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Colorado lawmakers are in the midst of considering a bill that would prohibit insurance companies from using consumer information gleaned from outside sources including social media, court, and homeownership records to determine appropriate insurance rates.

Colorado Senate Bill 12-169 would prevent insurers from using third-party site data to discriminately charge higher insurance premiums based on race, national or ethnic origin, religion, gender, sexual orientation, or disability. Other data that insurers will be prohibited from using include a consumer’s credit score, purchasing habits and level of education.

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