(1) Notwithstanding any provision in part 1 of this article 1, this part 13 does not
authorize a private right of action for a violation of this part 13 or any other provision
of law. This subsection (1) neither relieves any party from any duties or obligations imposed,
nor alters any independent rights that consumers have, under other laws, including
this article 1, the state constitution, or the United States constitution.
(2) Where more than one controller or processor, or both a controller and a processor,
involved in the same processing violates this part 13, the liability shall be allocated
among the parties according to principles of comparative fault.
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