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Daily Dashboard | Citron: Privacy owes much to attorneys general Related reading: Privacy Tech: TrustArc acquires Nymity

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The University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law’s Danielle Keats Citron argues that state attorneys general are the unsung heroes of developing privacy law in her new research that has been posted to the Social Science Research Network, entitled “Privacy Enforcement Pioneers: The Role of State Attorneys General in the Development of Privacy Law.” In it, she writes, “Accounts of privacy law have focused on legislation, federal agencies, and the self-regulation of privacy professionals,” adding, “Crucial agents of regulatory change, however, have been ignored: the state attorneys general.” According to the SSRN abstract, “this article is the first in-depth study of the privacy norm entrepreneurship of state attorneys general.”
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