Discussions on federal privacy legislation have mostly taken a backseat during unsettled times in the U.S. However, the turbulence being endured helps "make clear that privacy legislation is even more relevant now than ever," according to Brookings Institute Tisch Distinguished Visiting Fellow Cameron Kerry. In this piece for Privacy Perspectives, Kerry offers suggestions to Congress on a way forward for federal privacy legislation.
Panel: Despite setbacks, federal privacy legislation still essential
In coordination with the release of the Brookings proposal, Kerry hosted a panel discussion with FTC Commissioner Christine Wilson, Microsoft Chief Privacy Officer Julie Brill, and Public Knowledge President and CEO Chris Lewis. IAPP Staff Writer Joe Duball details what was discussed in this piece for The Privacy Advisor.
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