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Daily Dashboard | Becerra: Weak federal US privacy law should not preempt CCPA Related reading: Tracking GDPR derogations and implementations

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California Attorney General Xavier Becerra offered a warning about a potential federal U.S. privacy law that would preempt state rules such as the California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018, Reuters reports. Becerra said Congress should not pass a weak privacy law to take precedent over stronger state privacy legislation. "Do no harm simply means don't stop good work, good practices that have already occurred in the states by preempting the states from doing the things that have worked," Becerra said, who added he has met with other state attorneys general to discuss where antitrust fits in the current data-driven economy.
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