Reed Smith IP, Tech & Data attorneys Divonne Smoyer and Alexis Cocco conducted an in-depth Q&A with Georgia Attorney General Chris Carr. During the Q&A, he discusses why he doesn’t mind that his state doesn’t have mandatory breach notification requirements and what he wants to see in a federal privacy law, should one come to fruition. Chris Carr was sworn in as attorney general of Georgia after being appointed to fill his predecessor’s unexpired term. Carr, a Republican, was subsequently elected in November 2018 to serve a full four-year term. Prior to his election, Carr spent six years working as chief of staff for U.S. Senator Johnny Isakson, R-Ga., then served as commissioner of the Georgia Department of Economic Development from 2013 to 2016.

For the full Q&A with Georgia Attorney General Chris Carr, please visit The Privacy Advisor.