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Daily Dashboard | Internet Association backs federal US privacy law Related reading: Civil rights group challenging UK government's data surveillance practices


The Internet Association announced it will support a federal U.S. privacy law but wants one that would preempt the California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018, CNBC reports. The group, which represents major tech companies, such as Facebook, Amazon and Microsoft, said it seeks a federal law giving users “meaningful controls” over the ways their personal information is used and shared, as well as giving tech companies flexibility in alerting individuals, a “performance standard” on privacy protections, and national data breach notification rules. Internet Association President and Chief Executive Officer Michael Beckerman said his group “would be very active working with both the administration and Congress on putting pen to paper.”
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