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United States Privacy Digest | From the PSR21 keynote stage: Federal privacy law could cure many woes Related reading: How EU, UK cope with third-party cookie shift



A federal privacy law in the U.S. is not on the immediate horizon, but the conversation for why it makes sense to draft legislation rages on. There’s reason to believe a federal standard for privacy could generate a remedy to the many privacy issues the U.S. currently faces, including those associated with data flows, COVID-19 and consumer desires. The positive effects of a federal law were discussed during both panels on the keynote stage during P.S.R.’s opening session Thursday. IAPP Staff Writer Joe Duball rounds up the range of possibilities discussed.
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PSR21 workshop explores CPRA considerations, compliance

With California playing host to the IAPP's Privacy. Security. Risk. 2021, it was only fitting that the California Privacy Rights Act took center stage Wednesday. A cast of privacy professionals treated attendees of the full-day CPRA Comprehensive workshop to a range of panel discussions focused on creating better understanding of what’s included in the law, advice on what to expect and how to best comply with its provisions ahead of Jan. 1, 2023. IAPP Staff Writer Joe Duball has the highlights.
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