In this week’s global legislative roundup, the National People's Congress of China announced the second draft of the Personal Information Protection Law is open for public consultation. The European Commission is accepting feedback on its proposal for regulating artificial intelligence. IAPP Staff Writer Joe Duball has the details on the collapse of Florida's comprehensive privacy legislation. Also in the U.S., Nevada passed a bill that would broaden the right to opt out of data sales, and two new pieces of federal privacy legislation were introduced.
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