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Daily Dashboard | Op-ed: US privacy legislation must identify attainable outcomes Related reading: A look behind the EDPB's move to enhance enforcement cooperation



In order to advance a comprehensive U.S. privacy law, any proposed law must define the negative outcomes it would seek to solve, argues Information Accountability Foundation Executive Director and Chief Strategist Martin Abrams in a blog post. Abrams said legislation should include the term “adverse processing impact,” which is a component of IAF's model legislation, the Fair and Open Use Act. Adverse processing impact is defined as detrimental, deleterious, or disadvantageous consequences to an individual arising from the processing of that individual’s personal data." 
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