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Daily Dashboard | State attorneys general oppose preemption in proposed American Data Privacy and Protection Act Related reading: Privacy developments from California's 2022-2023 legislative session




California Attorney General Rob Bonta and 10 state attorneys general sent the U.S. House Committee on Energy and Commerce a letter urging reconsideration of preemption provisions in the proposed American Data Privacy and Protection Act. Bonta said U.S. Congress should draft a federal privacy law that "creates a floor, not a ceiling" and allows states "to continue building on state privacy laws that currently exist." The attorneys general explained states have played "a critical role" in "setting new minimum data privacy standards that have not impeded business or curtailed technology."
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