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Daily Dashboard | GAO supports federal privacy law; US Chamber outlines principles for federal legislation Related reading: A trans-Atlantic comparison of anonymization, deidentification

  • The U.S. Government Accountability Office published a report on increased risks to consumer data privacy, recommending U.S. Congress pass federal privacy legislation to curb rising issues. The report called attention to issues with consumer scores and facial recognition technology while urging increased authority and resourcing to regulatory agencies like the U.S. Federal Trade Commission.
  • U.S. Chamber of Commerce Vice President of the Chamber Technology Engagement Center Jordan Crenshaw released the organization's outline for provisions worth including in federal privacy legislation, noting the need for "true preemption" and exclusion of a private right of action.

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