On Capitol Hill this week, Congress held back-to-back hearings on a potential U.S. federal privacy bill. The aim was to gain insights from expert witnesses on what such a bill should contain. Tuesday's House committee hearing included debate on how prescriptive a federal bill should be, while Wednesday's Senate committee hearing considered whether a federal bill should be modeled on the EU General Data Protection Regulation or perhaps the California Consumer Privacy Act. To recap all the madness, Angelique Carson, CIPP/US, chats with the Center for Democracy & Technology's Joe Jerome, CIPP/US, for this latest Privacy Advisor Podcast.
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