State attorneys general (AGs) are regulators with varying enforcement priorities and policy agendas, even within a focused issue such as data privacy and security. Over the last year, The Privacy Advisor has interviewed a number of state AGs who are active in privacy to gain insight into their views. In this spotlight, we talk to Oregon AG Ellen Rosenblum about her work in privacy, including her focus on protecting children online, and her interest in seeing her state’s data breach notification law strengthened. Click here to read the full article published by the International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP) The Privacy Advisor.