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State Attorneys General and the data economy: lead, protect, enforce

With the passage of the California Consumer Privacy Act but no clear federal consumer privacy law on the imminent horizon, state Attorneys General (AGs) continue to investigate and analyze how best to protect their consumers. To further that goal, the National Association of Attorneys General hosted a panel entitled Emerging Issues in the Data Economy … Continue Reading

Public comment for private matters: NTIA receives over 200 comments on proposed approach to protecting consumer privacy informed by GDPR, CCPA & more

On November 13, 2018, the U.S. Department of Commerce’s National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA) released comments it received from over 200 government, non-profit, academic, and private sector organizations on developing the Administration’s approach to consumer privacy.[1] Since September, the NTIA has sought public comments to specifically address a number of questions that focused on … Continue Reading
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