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Daily Dashboard | Congress pushing forward with federal privacy law talks Related reading: GM hit by credential stuffing attack; Chicago Public Schools sustains data breach

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The Wall Street Journal reports on a bipartisan appetite within U.S. Congress to take action on federal privacy legislation. Talks among key U.S. Senate and House committees are reportedly finding more areas of compromise toward guardrails for collection, storage and use of consumers’ personal information. Discussions around preemption are fluid and include perspective from TechNet, a Big Tech lobby group working with Congressional leaders and previously lobbying at the state-level for laws modeled after Utah and Virginia's privacy laws. "The engines are revving on this in a way they haven’t in a long time," TechNet Senior Vice President Carl Holshouser said.
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