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Daily Dashboard | Breaking down US Sen. Gillibrand’s proposed Data Protection Act Related reading: Brazilian Senate postpones its national data protection law

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On Feb. 13, U.S. Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand, D-N.Y., proposed the Data Protection Act that would establish a new federal Data Protection Agency. The DPA would be an independent executive agency, charged with protecting individual privacy and limiting “the collection, disclosure, processing and misuse of personal data.” In this piece for Privacy Tracker, IAPP Legal Research Fellow Cathy Cosgrove offers a breakdown of the bill, including what it may mean for the U.S. Federal Trade Commission and how it will interact with state laws.
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