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Daily Dashboard | State AG: Federal Breach Law? No Way Related reading: Roundup: Germany, Israel, Ireland, US and more

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Amidst the ongoing U.S. government shutdown, representatives from state AG offices taking part in the literarily titled panel discussion “The Widening Gyre of State AGs” at this week’s IAPP Privacy Academy were asked whether there should be one all-encompassing federal data breach notification law. In this exclusive for The Privacy Advisor, Sam Pfeifle reports on their reactions. As Vermont AG William Sorrell put it, “You’d like to have this organization, the U.S. Congress—upon which, what, eight percent of Americans look favorably—you want us to say, ‘Oh, yes, we’re going to trust that body of public servants to do what’s right for our states’ citizens?’ No way."
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