"Observers of the debate around the potential for a new federal data privacy law know that dozens of relevant bills have been introduced and debated in U.S. Congress over the past couple of legislative sessions," writes Müge Fazlioglu, CIPP/E, CIPP/US. "While they make for good reading and discussion material, do any of them have a realistic shot at survival? If so, which of them are the most likely to eventually make their way into law?" In this piece for Privacy Tracker, Fazlioglu looks at the proposed federal data privacy laws that have secured support from one side of the political aisle and those that enjoy bipartisan support.
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