An editorial in The Seattle Times calls for a strong privacy law in Washington. With a new version of the Washington Privacy Act anticipated in the coming weeks, the editorial board writes legislators and Attorney General Bob Ferguson should collaborate with sponsor State Sen. Reuven Carlyle, D-Wash., to enact the legislation in early 2021. “Washington can and should do better. It needs a strong privacy law that empowers residents, informs them of data sharing arrangements and requires clear, easy ways to opt out,” the editorial states.
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