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Daily Dashboard | Partisan split on federal US privacy law hinders progress Related reading: Notes from the IAPP, Sept. 30, 2022



The Wall Street Journal reports U.S. lawmakers continue to be divided on what form a federal U.S. privacy law should take. The partisan split stems from Republicans who seek national rules to override state laws and Democrats who do not want a federal law to replace stronger legislation found on the state level. “The fact that — even after many hearings last year on the misuse of personal data — not one consensus bill has been introduced is telling,” Georgetown Law Institute for Technology and Policy Distinguished Fellow Gigi Sohn said. “Republicans and Democrats seem to still be far apart on the best way to address this problem.” Lawmakers will continue to discuss a federal rule at the U.S. Senate Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation hearing on a privacy framework Feb. 27. (Registration may be required to access this story.) 
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