How much information are your users willing to give? The Online Personal Privacy Act would require companies to treat sensitive and nonsensitive personally identifiable information separately. But what\u2019s sensitive and what\u2019s nonsensitive? The bill includes the following definitions.Sensitive data cannot be collected and shared with third parties unless the user explicitly opts in. \n\n Medical data\n Race or ethnicity\n Political party affiliation\n Religious beliefs\n Sexual orientation\n Social Security number\n Sensitive financial information (includes income; account numbers, passwords and balances for financial accounts; insurance policy information; debt and loan obligations)\nNonsensitive data can be collected and shared with third parties as long as the company includes a notice at the time of collection that the user can opt out. \n\n First and last name\n Home or other physical address, including street name and name of \n city or town\n E-mail address\n Telephone number\n Birth certificate number\n Any other information that would permit physical or online contact.