Posts in Federal Privacy Law
Will U.S. Citizens Pay a Price for State-Level Privacy Laws?

Back in June of this year, we wrote about the continuing frustration that lawmakers on Capitol Hill were still debating what form a federal privacy bill should take. Since then, matters have continue to drag on. So it’s really no surprise that a growing number of states have chosen to make their own arrangements for consumer privacy.

However, not everyone is in favor of state-level privacy laws…

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A Case for Federal Privacy Law

An informative event concerning all things related to data privacy took place in Washington, D.C. on July 11.

Data Done Right, a conference hosted by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, featured discussions on many of the policy issues that surround the use of consumer data by the tech industry. A variety of speakers presented their views on the future of tech innovation, and how to protect the individual privacy of consumers, while at the same time promoting innovation and certainty.

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