Over the past year, numerous lawmakers and organizations have offered proposals or recommendations regarding a new federal U.S. data privacy law. To shine more light on the specific provisions that are being debated, IAPP Senior Westin Fellow Müge Fazlioglu, CIPP/E, CIPP/US, looked at a set of bills that have been introduced in Congress in the past year, from the Consumer Data Protection Act introduced by Sen. Ron Wyden, D-Ore., to the Algorithmic Accountability Act of 2019, among many others. Further, Fazlioglu examines a selection of recommendations made in comments submitted to the National Telecommunications and Information Administration from across government, industry and advocacy organizations in response to a set of desired privacy outcomes. Lastly, she identifies several areas of broad agreement, as well as pointed disagreement regarding the nature, shape and scope of a potential federal U.S. data privacy law.
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