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Daily Dashboard | Advocacy groups release principles for federal US privacy law Related reading: Notes from the IAPP, Sept. 30, 2022




A coalition of 34 advocacy groups released a set of principles they want to be included in any future federal U.S. privacy law. The groups included Consumers Union, Human Rights Watch, and the Center for Democracy & Technology. The four principles address the need for comprehensive privacy protections, data practices that protect civil rights and prevent unlawful discrimination, for all levels of government to play a role in the protection and enforcement of privacy rights, and for any legislation to allow data subjects who had their rights violated the opportunity to take the claims to court. “It’s extraordinarily important that public interest voices, that consumers, that civil rights advocates, that privacy advocates be heard in this debate,” Public Knowledge Policy Counsel Allie Bohm said. The Electronic Frontier Foundation was not part of the coalition, as it submitted its own set of principles to the U.S. Department of Commerce.
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