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Attorney General Rokita on the possibility of a federal privacy law, Indiana’s breach notification law, and regulating data brokers

In the June edition of IAPP’s Privacy Advisor, Divonne Smoyer and Roger Gibboni talk to Indiana State Attorney General Todd Rokita on the possibility of Congress passing a federal privacy law, Indiana’s different approaches to data privacy and protection, and its recent announcement that the state was joining Washington, Texas, and D.C. in an enforcement … Continue Reading

Iowa Attorney General Tom Miller on the latest on consumer protection, emerging technologies and data privacy

In the latest edition of the IAPP Privacy Advisor, Divonne Smoyer and Roger Gibboni talk with Iowa Attorney General (AG) Tom Miller on the latest issues surrounding emerging technology, data privacy and consumer protection. As the longest serving state AG in U.S. history and the President of the National Association of Attorneys General, AG Miller … Continue Reading

Michigan AG Steps In to Defend State Privacy Law

The Michigan attorney general intervened November 22 in a suit brought under a Michigan privacy law, making it one of the first times a state attorney general has weighed in on a case involving data use. Michigan AG Bill Schuette defended the constitutionality of the Michigan Preservation of Personal Privacy Act, otherwise known as the … Continue Reading
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