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Daily Dashboard | Brookings breaks down federal US privacy law proposals Related reading: California bill on universal opt-out mechanisms introduced



The Brookings Institution offers a breakdown of different proposals for a federal U.S. privacy law. Brookings analyzed draft bills from Sen. Ron Wyden, D-Ore., Sen. Brian Schatz, D-Hawaii, Rep. Suzan DelBene, D-Wash., Intel, and the Center for Democracy and Technology. The institution looked at the chief regulatory focus of each document, as well as how each covered data collection, use and sharing, algorithmic decision making and notice. "No matter where boundaries are drawn, some existing business models and practices are bound to fall outside," former U.S. Department of Commerce General Counsel and Acting Secretary Cameron Kerry wrote. "That will make for some complex drafting discussions and difficult political choices ahead."
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